Welcome ... What's New at Pine Tree Hospice ...
Tree Hospice Presents a Video Series
with discussion led by Lisa White:
"Death: A Personal Understanding"
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Piscataquis Room, Mayo Regional Hospital Resource Center
All are welcome...
There is no charge, but space is limited
Please reserve a seat by calling 564-4346
or e-mail us: wecare at pinetreehospice.org
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This video series
and accompanying discussions help us deepen our personal understanding of
the various dimensions of death and dying
||What is Death?
||The Dying Person
||Fear of Death and Dying
||A Child's View of Death
||Grief and Bereavement
||The Good Death
Volunteers and Caregivers
With Gayle Worden
Bring with you:
mat or blanket to lie on blankets pillow
or bolsters eye pillow
Dover-Foxcroft Congregational Church
The use of color can strengthen, sooth, and inspire. Hospice colors are green and purple and were chosen because of what they each represent. The use of green is commonly associated with nature and growth. Green represents stability, endurance and peace. The green in the ribbon represents the awareness of compassionate care that hospice provides and the peace that hospice brings. Purple, has traditionally been associated with honor, spirituality and self-esteem. It reminds us of the right that all people have to live with dignity and respect, even in the last moments of their life.