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Tabitha Offers Online Community Support Groups - August 2020

Online Support Groups

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

Tabitha invites you to join our “Online HOPE Book Club” which meets every other Thursday, August 13 and 27, from 10-11:30 a.m. This grief and support group is 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.

Tabitha Hospice is hosting a special caregiver support group which consists of a series of unique sessions as they relate to the family caregiver role. Open to anyone in the community. Registration and participation is free. For questions and to register, please call 402.486.8546 or visit Tabitha.org/Hospice/Bereavement.

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

Tabitha and the University of Nebraska– Lincoln will resume the eight-week Memory Workshop starting Wednesday, Sept. 9, 10-11:30 a.m. at Barkley Memorial Center, 4075 East Campus Loop South. The interactive course is designed to teach adults strategies to keep their memories sharp as they age. Masks and social distancing rules apply. Online sessions via Zoom along with printed materials will also be available. Cost is $40 (for participant and guest). Seats are limited; register online at cehs.unl.edu/secd/memory-clinic.  For questions, please contact Judy Harvey, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, at 402.472.6792 or Judy.Harvey@unl.edu.

In-Person Events

York/Seward Central Region

The “Seward Grief Support Group” will be held in person on Tuesday, August 11, 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 and Four Corners Local Outreach will resume the Suicide Survivors Support Group in person on the last Tuesday of the month, August 25, 5:30-6:30 p.m., at Four Corners Health Department, 2101 N. Lincoln Ave., York. Masks and social distancing rules apply. Registration is required. If interested, please call 402.362.2621 ahead for a brief conversation to help identify your personal bereavement needs.

Grand Island/Kearney West Region

The “Aurora Grief Support Group” will be held in person on Tuesday, August 25, 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.

Contact

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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