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Educational Links

Below we’ve shared a collection of the most helpful hospice links. Keep an eye on this page as we’ll be updating it regularly with new resources and interesting finds. National…

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2020 Virtual Butterfly Run – Race Packet Pick-Up Instructions

It’s almost time!!! Race packet pick-up will be held at three separate locations from 11:00am-2:00pm next week! On 10/7, we will be at the Winchester Thrift Shop located at 116 Featherbed Lane Winchester, VA;…

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National Suicide Prevention Awareness Week

Our Grief & Loss Services counselors offer words of encouragement this week as we find ways to stay connected. National Suicide Prevention Awareness Week reminds us that there are things…

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The Kaleidoscope Project

Introducing The Kaleidoscope Project: Grief Support for Children and Teens Each time you look through a kaleidoscope you see something new and different. The bits and pieces create an endless…

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Stories from the Front Lines: Stacy Nichols

During the COVID-19 Pandemic the Blue Ridge Hospice team continued caring for patients. Here is Stacy’s story. During the pandemic we limited how many staff members could visit a patient…

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Overdose Awareness Day 2020

To anyone who has lost an important person to overdose: Today, August 31st, is National Overdose Awareness Day. We look at anyone who has lost a loved one to overdose…

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What Can Possibly Come from Our Pain?

What Can Possibly Come from Our Pain? What do we do with our deepest and most painful grief? Some bury the hurt deep within, while others give it words and…

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Se habla Español!

Did you know that Blue Ridge Hospice offers grief counseling to our Spanish-speaking community? When the pain of loss after the death of a loved one feels overwhelming, grief support…

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Music Therapy Concerts

Our Music Therapists were able to provide socially distant concerts to patients in facilities. Our Music Therapists have missed being able to sit with patients face to face, so this…

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How to Speak to a Newly Bereaved Person

How often have you felt awkward, not knowing the right thing to say after someone you know has lost a loved one? Feeling someone else’s pain, especially when we personally…

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Kintsugi – The Art of Repairing Broken Things

There is an ancient Japanese art form called kintsugi, in which broken pottery is reconstructed – and in contrast to typical repair work, the goal of the reconstruction is not…

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