Hospice of Warren County is doing a new series for the month of November titled Going Solo. The focus is to highlight a series of important topics to people that are suffering the loss of a loved one, and for those that lost their partner to learn the best ways to continue on.
These workshops are divided up the first four Tuesdays of November and are held at 4 PM at the First Lutheran Church in Warren.
The first workshop is “Cooking for One with Toni Williams & Phyllis Wright.” This helps to learn about nutrition and the basics of cooking a meal for one. Plus, you’ll even make a meal and take it home to cook! That is scheduled for Tuesday November 1st.
The second workshop is “Feelings in Color-Painting with Pudge” and that is scheduled for November 8th. Jessica “Pudge” Robeson is not only a Hospice nurse, but she is also a trained artist! Pudge will show you how to express your feelings in a creative way with this painting class.
The third workshop is “Coping With Grief During the Holidays” and it is held on the 15th. With grief counselor Vonnie Radecki, learn ways to cope with feelings that may not be so merry and bright.The holidays can be a particularly difficult time for those grieving the loss of a loved one, whether recent or in years past.
The fourth and final workshop in this series is called “Legal Documents with Annie Sharp, Esq.” and is set to be held on November 22nd. What documents do you need to get your personal, financial and business affairs in order? Learn about Wills, Power of Attorney, Health Care Power of Attorney, Living Will/Advance Directive, life insurance, bank accounts, and more.
For those looking to get more information on this you can contact Hospice of Warren County at 814-723-8060 or email Jodi at firstname.lastname@example.org