Date(s) - March 02, 2022
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Virtual Parent Support Group will continue to take place on a bi-weekly basis. This group is open to all families who have a child currently involved with the CHEO Palliative Care Team and/or Roger Neilson House.
Special Guest:Jeff Vidt (CHEO Spiritual Support Worker)
Topic: Making Sense in Senseless Times
When you receive a life-altering diagnosis, either for yourself or your loved one, it’s a trauma that makes you go on autopilot. In the mix of treatments, therapies, appointments, and everything else needing done, there’s often little time set aside to try to make sense of what’s happening. It can even feel like there’s no sense to be made, just a lot of pain and suffering.
This presentation is for those who want to try to integrate their experiences of trauma with their sense of meaning. Meaning and purpose can help us respond to suffering in ways that promote hope and healing. The pain won’t stop being pain, but learning ways to grow from the experience can help us find hope again.”
By RSVP’ing to this group you are providing your consent to participate in a Virtual Support Group through Zoom. While protection measures are in place, such as a locked group setting, password protection and unique links weekly, this group is over the internet, therefore there are risks associated. Please consider this prior to RSVP’ing to group.
Please contact a RNH social worker if you have any questions about participating in Virtual Support Group.
Unique links will be emailed if you have RSVP’d prior to group. You are consenting and agreeing that you are the explicit user of this link. The link is not to be shared under any circumstances.
RSVP’s must be received by 12 noon on the day PRIOR to group.
The group provides a safe space for parents to share their thoughts, emotions and coping strategies, as well as an opportunity to connect and develop relationships with other parents throughout their child’s illness.
Bookings are closed for this event.