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A Creative Outlet for Grieving Families of All Ages

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Get creative with your grief. You’ve heard before that everyone grieves differently, but what does this mean? The grief journey is a deeply personal time in one’s life and each person will express their feelings in their own way. Midland Care reaches out to people in a variety of venues to help them come to … Read More

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Summer Grief Bursts

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

During the warmer months of the year, many people/families spend time together doing outdoor activities, such as picnics, fishing, walking, biking, camping, etc.  When a person/family has experienced the death of a loved one, they may not have the energy to participate in these activities or they may feel unable to participate in these activities … Read More

How Preschoolers Experience Grief

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Preschool aged children often struggle with understanding that death is permanent.  This can be hard on their parents/guardians, as it can require their parent/guardian to repeatedly tell them about the death.  Even after hearing the person has died, preschoolers often spend time looking for him/her. Regardless of their understanding about the permanence of death, the … Read More

New Grief Group – Book Club

Thursday, June 20, 2019

So your loved one has died and some time has passed. You realize that you’re experiencing a high volume of disorganization, forgetfulness and difficulty concentrating. We have great news! You are not crazy, you are just grieving! Grief takes a toll on all of us and it’s no wonder with the life altering changes surrounding … Read More

Life Lessons Through Grief – Trusting Your Instincts

Thursday, June 13, 2019

The cell phone rang as I sat at my desk at work. Though it was my husband’s number, I found a stranger on the other end. My husband had been in an accident. It was bad. I heard my voice ask quickly… “My baby” – referencing my 10 month old I knew was in the … Read More

Teen Volunteers at Midland Care

Thursday, June 6, 2019

When a teen first experiences the death of a loved one, he/she spends most of their energy on grieving and just making it through the day. Their focus is very much turned inward. As time goes by teens often talk about how the death of their loved one makes them feel older and in lots … Read More

Summer Family Evenings

Friday, May 31, 2019

New this summer we will be offering two evenings for grieving families to focus on creative activities as a family unit.  Children and parents will work together to create unique memorials for their special loved ones. Grieving families often don’t have the time or energy to just have fun together.  The focus of these evenings … Read More

Grief Release Walking Group

Friday, May 24, 2019

Grief is a uniquely personal experience. Every mourner brings unique skills and tools to the work of grieving. What is helpful to each grieving person on their grief journey is very different and even changes as the person’s journey evolves.  Midland has offered for years traditional support groups for those grieving the loss of a … Read More

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