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More Summer Activities at Lory’s Place
Lory’s Place, a grief healing and education center of Hospice at Home, is offering more summer activities.
Mandala art therapy helps a person create their own sacred circle of healing. Mandala is a word of Sanskrit origin meaning “circle’. The artifacts of many religions often take a mandala form because the space is considered sacred. In this two session workshop for adults, people will utilize colors, designs, nature, and inspirational exercises to create their own mandala. This two-session workshop takes place on Tuesdays, August 9 and 16 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at Lory’s Place, 445 Upton Drive, St. Joseph. Please register for this free activity by calling Lory’s Place at 269-983-2707.
Craft Night at Lory’s Place is a fun family night. Both adults and children can experience the joy of crafts led by local crafter, Pat Griffin. Join us to make ceramic bird feeders or candle holders. Please bring a picture of your loved one. This activity takes place on Thursday, August 11 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at Lory’s Place. Please register for this free activity by calling Lory’s Place at 269-983-2707.
Hospice at Home also offers other grief healing and education programs at Lory’s Place. There are regularly scheduled age-appropriate groups during the school year that allow children and adults to interact with peers who have suffered similar loss. Groups for children and adults who are anticipating a loss or who have experienced a loss through pregnancy are also available, as well as educational and workplace grief programs. All community bereavement services are provided free of charge thanks to local community contributions.
Hospice at Home, celebrating 30 years serving the community, is the non-profit local hospice focusing on the patient and family regardless of the patients' diagnosis, treatment choices, or ability to pay. It provides quality care to people adjusting to living with a serious illness, as well as to people facing death, anticipating the death of a loved one, or healing their grief after the death of a loved one. Hospice at Home places an emphasis on the emotional, social, and spiritual needs of those who need care and those receiving support services in Berrien, Cass, Van Buren, and Allegan Counties. Extending this care, Lory’s Place, a bereavement and education center that builds hope and strength for every grieving family, is available to anyone in Southwest Michigan or Northern Indiana.
For more information contact Lory’s Place at 269-983-2707 or 1-800-717-3812, or go to www.lorysplace.org.
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Hospice at Home is your non-profit hospice provider for SW Michigan. Offering comfort, dignity, and compassion to the terminally ill through a holistic, non-curative, approach to care, focused on enhancing the lives of patients for their remaining days.