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Tabitha Offers Online Community Support Groups, Remembrance Service - Summer 2020

Tabitha, Nebraska’s industry-leading Senior Care provider, offers a variety of online support groups and remembrance services.

Grief and support groups are open to anyone in the community experiencing loss or needing support. Your loved one did not have to be with Tabitha. Registration and participation is free. For questions and to register, please call 402.486.8546 or visit Tabitha.org/Hospice/Bereavement.

The “Aurora Grief Support Group” will resume in person on Tuesday, July 28, 1:30 p.m., at Aurora Methodist Church, 1104 A St. Masks and social distancing rules apply. For questions, please contact Tabitha Hoffman, hospice bereavement coordinator, at 402.362.7739.

The “Seward Grief Support Group” will resume in person on Tuesday, July 14, 5 p.m., at St. Andrews Episcopal Church, 1014 N. 6th St. Masks and social distancing rules apply. For questions, please contact Tabitha Hoffman, hospice bereavement coordinator, at 402.362.7739.

Tabitha Hospice is also hosting a special online grief program called, “Grieving in the Age of COVID-19” which consists of a series of unique grief sessions as they relate to the Coronavirus pandemic. Open to anyone experiencing grief; please attend any session that resonates with you. Registration and participation is free. For questions and to register please call 402.486.8546 or visit Tabitha.org/Hospice/Bereavement.

Tabitha invites you to join the Tabitha Hospice team for a Remembrance Service to celebrate the life of your loved one and share in the support of our community. This in-person service will be held on Thursday, July 16, 6 p.m., at Stolley Park, 2103 W. Stolley Park Rd., Grand Island, and will include a special dedication to the butterfly bush planted earlier in the spring. Masks and social distancing rules apply. For questions, please contact Tabitha Hoffman, hospice bereavement coordinator, at 402.362.7739. 

Please contact a Bereavement Coordinator in your area if you'd like to talk to someone about services:

  • Lincoln/Lancaster County - 402.486.8546
  • Nebraska City/Syracuse Area - 402.416.7365
  • York/Grand Island Area - 402.362.7739

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