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Grief is normal and complex
Grief is bound to affect each one of us at some point in our live. It's normal. It's ok. Can be very different from person to person. And is so complex, in fact, that Elizabeth Kübler-Ross' original five stages of grief has evolved into seven.
Check out this article, written by Kimberly Holland, that walks through the five and seven stages, with examples.
August 31, 2022 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST | Online
This program offers clinicians a breakdown of the types and stages of grief that affect caregivers of persons living with dementia. We will discuss how to identify the area of stress that is most burdensome to each particular caregiver and ways to lessen that burden in order to help that caregiver continue to provide optimal care.
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