Calendar

    Apr
    23
    Fri
    Caregiver Support Group & Educational Class
    Apr 23 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

    Interested in learning from other caregivers? Do you experience frustration or guilt and need a safe place to process these feelings? Our Caregiver Support Group & Educational Class can help you navigate through these feelings while also teaching you helpful tips and techniques along the way. We believe caregivers play a key role in the quality of life of a person who is suffering from illness, disability, or injury. These free-of-charge classes are designed to help the everyday individual in taking care of their loved ones. Our dedicated team here at Santa Clara Valley Hospice strives to help both the Caregiver and Patient learn to process feelings and find ways to improve Palliative care.

    This group is aimed at offering an environment of support, acceptance, and cooperative learning. We cover important and timely topics that include but are not limited to:

    • Recognizing early signs of burnout
    • Nutrition
    • Uplifts of caregiving
    • Respite Care
    • Emotional support
    • Dealing with a patience resistance of care
    • Dealing with early signs of dementia
    • Home Safety
    • Signs of Caregiver stress & Caregiver-self care
    • Financial and legal affairs
    • Alzheimer’s care

    For more information about attending our classes please call us or join us on Fridays: 10:30 am – 11:30 am
    Classes are free, available in English & Spanish & NOW via ZOOM

    Apr
    28
    Wed
    Grief Support
    Apr 28 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

    Grief follows no standard path or time frame. There is no right way to experience grief. Often, emotions will ebb and flow. Grief can affect you physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. It can leave you with questions such as How long does grief last? Will I always feel this way? Why can’t I sleep? Why don’t I have any energy?

    Our team at Santa Clara Valley Hospice helps adults learn to process feelings and find ways to move forward in a positive direction and carry on without your loved one. Grief support is provided by facilitators who listen to how grief is affecting you, help you identify the right support, and help you find meaning in your loss.

    Our grief support groups and workshops offer an environment of hope, acceptance, and cooperative learning. We believe:

    • Grief is a natural reaction to death.
    • Everyone processes death and loss differently.
    • Sharing your story of pain and loss helps lessen suffering.
    • Being in community with others helps process grief.

    For more information about attending our classes please call us or join us on:
    Wednesdays: 3:30 – 5:00 pm 
    Classes are free, available in English & Spanish & NOW through Zoom

    Apr
    30
    Fri
    Caregiver Support Group & Educational Class
    Apr 30 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

    Interested in learning from other caregivers? Do you experience frustration or guilt and need a safe place to process these feelings? Our Caregiver Support Group & Educational Class can help you navigate through these feelings while also teaching you helpful tips and techniques along the way. We believe caregivers play a key role in the quality of life of a person who is suffering from illness, disability, or injury. These free-of-charge classes are designed to help the everyday individual in taking care of their loved ones. Our dedicated team here at Santa Clara Valley Hospice strives to help both the Caregiver and Patient learn to process feelings and find ways to improve Palliative care.

    This group is aimed at offering an environment of support, acceptance, and cooperative learning. We cover important and timely topics that include but are not limited to:

    • Recognizing early signs of burnout
    • Nutrition
    • Uplifts of caregiving
    • Respite Care
    • Emotional support
    • Dealing with a patience resistance of care
    • Dealing with early signs of dementia
    • Home Safety
    • Signs of Caregiver stress & Caregiver-self care
    • Financial and legal affairs
    • Alzheimer’s care

    For more information about attending our classes please call us or join us on Fridays: 10:30 am – 11:30 am
    Classes are free, available in English & Spanish & NOW via ZOOM

    May
    5
    Wed
    Grief Support
    May 5 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

    Grief follows no standard path or time frame. There is no right way to experience grief. Often, emotions will ebb and flow. Grief can affect you physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. It can leave you with questions such as How long does grief last? Will I always feel this way? Why can’t I sleep? Why don’t I have any energy?

    Our team at Santa Clara Valley Hospice helps adults learn to process feelings and find ways to move forward in a positive direction and carry on without your loved one. Grief support is provided by facilitators who listen to how grief is affecting you, help you identify the right support, and help you find meaning in your loss.

    Our grief support groups and workshops offer an environment of hope, acceptance, and cooperative learning. We believe:

    • Grief is a natural reaction to death.
    • Everyone processes death and loss differently.
    • Sharing your story of pain and loss helps lessen suffering.
    • Being in community with others helps process grief.

    For more information about attending our classes please call us or join us on:
    Wednesdays: 3:30 – 5:00 pm 
    Classes are free, available in English & Spanish & NOW through Zoom

    May
    7
    Fri
    Caregiver Support Group & Educational Class
    May 7 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

    Interested in learning from other caregivers? Do you experience frustration or guilt and need a safe place to process these feelings? Our Caregiver Support Group & Educational Class can help you navigate through these feelings while also teaching you helpful tips and techniques along the way. We believe caregivers play a key role in the quality of life of a person who is suffering from illness, disability, or injury. These free-of-charge classes are designed to help the everyday individual in taking care of their loved ones. Our dedicated team here at Santa Clara Valley Hospice strives to help both the Caregiver and Patient learn to process feelings and find ways to improve Palliative care.

    This group is aimed at offering an environment of support, acceptance, and cooperative learning. We cover important and timely topics that include but are not limited to:

    • Recognizing early signs of burnout
    • Nutrition
    • Uplifts of caregiving
    • Respite Care
    • Emotional support
    • Dealing with a patience resistance of care
    • Dealing with early signs of dementia
    • Home Safety
    • Signs of Caregiver stress & Caregiver-self care
    • Financial and legal affairs
    • Alzheimer’s care

    For more information about attending our classes please call us or join us on Fridays: 10:30 am – 11:30 am
    Classes are free, available in English & Spanish & NOW via ZOOM

    May
    12
    Wed
    Grief Support
    May 12 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

    Grief follows no standard path or time frame. There is no right way to experience grief. Often, emotions will ebb and flow. Grief can affect you physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. It can leave you with questions such as How long does grief last? Will I always feel this way? Why can’t I sleep? Why don’t I have any energy?

    Our team at Santa Clara Valley Hospice helps adults learn to process feelings and find ways to move forward in a positive direction and carry on without your loved one. Grief support is provided by facilitators who listen to how grief is affecting you, help you identify the right support, and help you find meaning in your loss.

    Our grief support groups and workshops offer an environment of hope, acceptance, and cooperative learning. We believe:

    • Grief is a natural reaction to death.
    • Everyone processes death and loss differently.
    • Sharing your story of pain and loss helps lessen suffering.
    • Being in community with others helps process grief.

    For more information about attending our classes please call us or join us on:
    Wednesdays: 3:30 – 5:00 pm 
    Classes are free, available in English & Spanish & NOW through Zoom

    May
    14
    Fri
    Caregiver Support Group & Educational Class
    May 14 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

    Interested in learning from other caregivers? Do you experience frustration or guilt and need a safe place to process these feelings? Our Caregiver Support Group & Educational Class can help you navigate through these feelings while also teaching you helpful tips and techniques along the way. We believe caregivers play a key role in the quality of life of a person who is suffering from illness, disability, or injury. These free-of-charge classes are designed to help the everyday individual in taking care of their loved ones. Our dedicated team here at Santa Clara Valley Hospice strives to help both the Caregiver and Patient learn to process feelings and find ways to improve Palliative care.

    This group is aimed at offering an environment of support, acceptance, and cooperative learning. We cover important and timely topics that include but are not limited to:

    • Recognizing early signs of burnout
    • Nutrition
    • Uplifts of caregiving
    • Respite Care
    • Emotional support
    • Dealing with a patience resistance of care
    • Dealing with early signs of dementia
    • Home Safety
    • Signs of Caregiver stress & Caregiver-self care
    • Financial and legal affairs
    • Alzheimer’s care

    For more information about attending our classes please call us or join us on Fridays: 10:30 am – 11:30 am
    Classes are free, available in English & Spanish & NOW via ZOOM

    May
    19
    Wed
    Grief Support
    May 19 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

    Grief follows no standard path or time frame. There is no right way to experience grief. Often, emotions will ebb and flow. Grief can affect you physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. It can leave you with questions such as How long does grief last? Will I always feel this way? Why can’t I sleep? Why don’t I have any energy?

    Our team at Santa Clara Valley Hospice helps adults learn to process feelings and find ways to move forward in a positive direction and carry on without your loved one. Grief support is provided by facilitators who listen to how grief is affecting you, help you identify the right support, and help you find meaning in your loss.

    Our grief support groups and workshops offer an environment of hope, acceptance, and cooperative learning. We believe:

    • Grief is a natural reaction to death.
    • Everyone processes death and loss differently.
    • Sharing your story of pain and loss helps lessen suffering.
    • Being in community with others helps process grief.

    For more information about attending our classes please call us or join us on:
    Wednesdays: 3:30 – 5:00 pm 
    Classes are free, available in English & Spanish & NOW through Zoom

    May
    21
    Fri
    Caregiver Support Group & Educational Class
    May 21 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

    Interested in learning from other caregivers? Do you experience frustration or guilt and need a safe place to process these feelings? Our Caregiver Support Group & Educational Class can help you navigate through these feelings while also teaching you helpful tips and techniques along the way. We believe caregivers play a key role in the quality of life of a person who is suffering from illness, disability, or injury. These free-of-charge classes are designed to help the everyday individual in taking care of their loved ones. Our dedicated team here at Santa Clara Valley Hospice strives to help both the Caregiver and Patient learn to process feelings and find ways to improve Palliative care.

    This group is aimed at offering an environment of support, acceptance, and cooperative learning. We cover important and timely topics that include but are not limited to:

    • Recognizing early signs of burnout
    • Nutrition
    • Uplifts of caregiving
    • Respite Care
    • Emotional support
    • Dealing with a patience resistance of care
    • Dealing with early signs of dementia
    • Home Safety
    • Signs of Caregiver stress & Caregiver-self care
    • Financial and legal affairs
    • Alzheimer’s care

    For more information about attending our classes please call us or join us on Fridays: 10:30 am – 11:30 am
    Classes are free, available in English & Spanish & NOW via ZOOM

    May
    26
    Wed
    Grief Support
    May 26 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

    Grief follows no standard path or time frame. There is no right way to experience grief. Often, emotions will ebb and flow. Grief can affect you physically, mentally, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. It can leave you with questions such as How long does grief last? Will I always feel this way? Why can’t I sleep? Why don’t I have any energy?

    Our team at Santa Clara Valley Hospice helps adults learn to process feelings and find ways to move forward in a positive direction and carry on without your loved one. Grief support is provided by facilitators who listen to how grief is affecting you, help you identify the right support, and help you find meaning in your loss.

    Our grief support groups and workshops offer an environment of hope, acceptance, and cooperative learning. We believe:

    • Grief is a natural reaction to death.
    • Everyone processes death and loss differently.
    • Sharing your story of pain and loss helps lessen suffering.
    • Being in community with others helps process grief.

    For more information about attending our classes please call us or join us on:
    Wednesdays: 3:30 – 5:00 pm 
    Classes are free, available in English & Spanish & NOW through Zoom