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New Meeting Site for Caring Circle

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June 08, 2010

Hospice Care in Westchester & Putnam will open a third site for its Caring Circle children’s bereavement program at the Solomon Katz Breast Center at Sound Shore Medical Center in New Rochelle on Tuesday, April 20th. The program will run from 6:00- 7:30PM on alternate Tuesdays, is available free of charge to any child and their family who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Pre-registration is required by calling (914) 666-4228 ext. 336.

An ongoing, supportive program for grieving children and their families, the Caring Circle offers age-specific peer groups utilizing discussion and creative activities to provide a safe environment to foster healthy grieving and promote healing for both children and adults. Since its inception in 1998, the program has assisted over 1500 children and their families deal with a loss. The program is currently offered in Yonkers on alternate Thursdays and Yorktown on alternate Wednesdays.

“We are grateful to Sound Shore Medical Center for providing this beautiful space to host the Caring Circle. This site will be our third location for the program which will enable us to ‘circle the county’ ensuring that these services are conveniently available to all residents,“ says Michele Quirolo, President and CEO of Hospice Care in Westchester & Putnam.

Commenting on the addition, Sound Shore Medical Center President and CEO, John R. Spicer said, “We are pleased to enhance our support services to include “Caring Circle”. Our long association with the Visiting Nurse Association of Hudson Valley has presented many partnership opportunities that benefit citizens of the Sound Shore region.” He continued, “Providing community outreach is the basis of our healthcare mission and support groups are fundamental to that process.” He concluded, “In addition to offering our sympathies to children experiencing family loss, we are giving them a professional, caring support environment to foster understanding and emotional healing.”

An extension of the Caring Circle is The Maggie Rose Perinatal Bereavement Support Program which supports families who have experienced the loss of a baby during pregnancy, at birth or shortly after birth. The program is currently run in Yorktown on alternate Wednesdays and in Hospice Care Offices in Tarrytown the second Tuesday of each month. For enrollment information and to required pre-registration, please call
Marianne Walsh at (914) 666-4228, ext. 336.

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