Aspirus Wausau Hospital announced Visitor Restrictions to prevent the spread of infection and keep the community healthy. They further indicated visitors would be screen before entry and unnecessary visitation should be prohibited. Based on this announcement and because our meeting take place in their common areas‚ we will be postponing our group series until the ban has been listed and it is deemed safe to interact again.
I will keep you informed via the email address you gave me‚ as well as on my website and the Wings-a Grief Education Facebook page. We WILL resume when given the all clear. At that time‚ we will review what we’ve talked about in the last two weeks and continue through the rest of the series. This can work for all of you. Last winter we were hit with the dreaded snowfalls and travel bans. Our group ceased for several weeks‚ but everyone came back together eager to continue to enjoy the camaraderie they had before. Thank you for your patience as we work through the interruption. Please honor the community safety precautions and keep your family and yourself safe.
Good Grief, Bad Grief: How Grief Changes Your Life
A Community Education and Support Group Series
Grief is not an event that begins and ends. It becomes a part of your life. It is an active, ongoing process of turning your sadness into a meaningful life again. Both good grief and bad grief can make an impact on your life, sometimes without you realizing it. Sometimes family and friends “just don’t get it” when it comes to the emotional turmoil you might be going through. This is a journey you do not need to face alone. Join us for this six-week series to understand grief and learn coping skills as you move forward.
This group is open to anyone who is grieving the loss of a loved one regardless of the circumstances of death or how long it has been since the death occurred
Winter 2020 Meets six consecutive Tuesdays: March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 & April 7 6:00-7:30 at Aspirus Wausau Hospital, Medallion Room A No fee. Everyone is welcome. Preregistration is recommended. Call Nan Zastrow 715-845-4159 or email firstname.lastname@example.org