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Jun 7 2018

Hospice Care for Mid-Valley, Oregon, Lumina, signs of dying hospice.#Signs #of #dying #hospice

Care Illuminated We changed our name to illuminate how much we care Our Physicians Care Stephen Neville, MD Support for Families Serving the Mid-Willamette Valley since 1980 Events Caregiver Connections – Lebanon third Tuesday Caregiver Connections – Corvallis fourth Tuesday Dementia, Challenging Behaviors and the Holidays Yoga Through Grief Caregiver Connections – Lebanon first Tuesday Family Grief Support Group – first Wednesday 5:30 to 7:00pm Oregonian Names Lumina Top Workplace 2017 Sponsors help with Lumina video to explain name change Sponsors help reveal Lumina name We have changed our name! Message from the Executive director After 37 Years, Local Non-profit …

Feb 8 2018

Journey of Hearts: A Healing Place for those Dealing with Grief

#grief, #grieving, #bereavement, #loss, #hope, #healing, #cope, #coping, #bereaved, #tragedy, #suicide, #pet #loss, #miscarriage, #stillbirth, #stillborn, #difficulties, #death, #dying, #end-of-life #care, #end #of #life, #crises, #challenges, #changes, #hardship, #candle #ceremony, #journals, #journaling, #divorce, #friends, #family, #co-workers, #physicians, #doctors, #nurses, #nurse #practitioners, #physician #assistants, #clergy, #hospice, #funeral #directors, #emergency #personnel, #trauma, #police, #highway #patrol, #armed #services, #firefighters, #emergency #medical #technicians # Y ou are invited to join the journey of recovering from losses and significant life changes. This is a process that does not occur over night, it may take weeks, months, years, or even a life time– depending on the …

Dec 27 2017

Aboriginal Mental Health: The statistical reality

#dying #from #alcoholism # Aboriginal Mental Health: The statistical reality Reprinted from Aboriginal People issue of Visions Journal. 2008, 5 (1), pp. 6-7 It s well known that the Aboriginal people of Canada face a unique set of mental health challenges. 2 But what may not be so well known is that, in a 2002/03 survey, about 70% of First Nations adults living on reserves felt in balance physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. And, among Aboriginal people living both on and off reserve, those who did experience a mental health problem were much more likely than the rest of Canadians …