Members & guests – free.
This program will be presented live on Zoom. To RSVP, scroll down. A confiration email with links to join will be sent the day before the presentation. Because of the sensitive nature of the topic, this conversation will not be recorded.
You do not have to have attended the previous session to join this one. All are welcome to come and share.
Description: In this follow up to our previous session, we offer a space to share grief experiences. Participants are encouraged to share stories and experiences if they feel comfortable doing so. The facilitator will ask general questions to get conversations started. If you would like to honor a person who has died, speak on the losses that you have experienced, or support others, this is the place! We aim to build a safe space to honor loss, integrate grief, and support one and other. This is also a great time to share questions or comments that you may have from session one. We want to hear from you! What have you learned about grief, what do you want others to know? Resources for grief support will also be shared.
Presenter Bio: Maureen Burns (she/her/ella) is a Community Health Worker /Promotora de Salud with The HAP Foundation. The HAP Foundation is a nonprofit leader with a refined focus to elevate access to and increase understanding of serious illness and hospice and palliative care through community and clinical education, workforce development, research, and advocacy. Maureen works in and around Rogers Park and West Ridge, providing free community education and linking patients and loved ones to resources within their community. She has over 15 years of experience working in health care and a Bachelor of Arts degree in community health, culture, and aging. She is currently a graduate student, pursuing her MPH.