For a Hospice Program
You have a caring heart and want to help the families left behind after the death of a patient.
As a Hospice Program to receive Medicaid Reimbursement you are required to furnish Bereavement and Counseling services to the family and other individuals in the bereavement plan of care for a period up to 1 year following the patients' death, under the supervision of a qualified professional with experience or education in grief or loss counseling.
Medicaid requires and you demand a program that truly meets the needs of the bereaved
How do you meet all of your needs and desires on a tight budget? Federal law requires that at least 5% of patient care hours be provided by volunteers.
How do you empower your volunteers, meet all the federal requirements, provide quality bereavement care for your families and not break your budget?
Walking Through Greif Provides a complete solution to all of your needs. Allowing your professional to supervise your volunteers and provide one-on-one counseling to the individuals that need this additional service
Support Group Facilitator's Toolkit – provides everything your volunteers with minimal training and supervision will need to run a grief group. Set up to be run as a ten part program allows you to either offer multiple ten week programs throughout the year or as a monthly program can be run as almost year long program.
- Provides DVD to walk through session by session covering multiple aspects of grief
- Hosted by Grief professionals
- Provides hope in their own words from a ethnically, age and loss diverse group of individuals allowing your population to relate.
- Provides handouts for use in-program and follow up.
- Non Faith specific – does not value or devalue any one religious belief allowing you to fully serve a diverse population.
- Does not require any ongoing fees or costs.
- A website with a multitude of resources
In addition there is a variety of single titles
- Use for community outreach
- Add to your lending library
- Additional resources to offer the bereaved.