Events & Education


Service of Remembrance and Hope

The family and staff of Bliley’s invite you and your family to a Service of Remembrance and Hope

This is a service to honor your loved one who recently passed.

Please join us on

April 9th 2019  Bliley's  6900 Hull St Rd
 in partnership with Kindred Hospice

June 4th 2019 Bliley's 8500 Staples Mill Rd

in Partnership with Hospice of Virginia

November 2019 Bliley's 3801 Augusta Ave

in partnership with AT HOME CARE Hospice

 

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Tour of Bliley’s Cremation Center: For Professionals in End of Life Care

 You could never imaging sending a deceased to a graveside without family in attendance--but why in the U.S. do we do that with cremation?

  •          Explore the evolution of cremation in Europe and the US.

 •          Go behind the scenes on a guided tour of the funeral home and cremation center.

 •          Arm yourself with knowledge so you can become more comfortable guiding families making end of life decisions that work best for them.

  This is a free event but registration is required.    Various dates available.

 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER:   https://goo.gl/forms/yg6EL4N9TyKhBONu2

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 Have the Talk of a Lifetime

 host this for a church group, office event or for your residents

Tired of talking about the weather? Want to develop deeper friendships and relationships with your family?

Have the Talk of a Lifetime is designed to help families talk about what matters most in their lives and how loved ones have made a difference. These discussions can give families important insights they can use to remember and honor the lives of their loved ones. 

email JMOSS@outlook.com if you interested in setting this up for your group.

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Bliley’s Lunch and Learn Series 2019

from

Hospice Foundation of America

Free Registration          CEUs available       Free Lunch

1.5 CE HOURS FOR EACH WEBINAR THROUGH HFA

Tuesday             JANUARY 15th       11:30-1:15PM          Bliley’s August

#GRIEF: SOCIAL MEDIA AND MOURNING

Both adolescents and adults are using social media both to explore and to cope with grief. This webinar reviews the strengths and limitations of social media – offering sage advice to counselors on ways to monitor and utilize social media with their clients.

 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT: https://goo.gl/forms/admBJhANvQtOMG0H3

 

 

Wednesday        FEBRUARY 13th          11:30-1:15PM              Bliley’s Augusta

  Exploring Complementary Pain Management Techniques in End-of-Life Care

Expert Panelist: Michelle Sproat, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, NP-C, JD
 Individuals seek non-pharmacological interventions such as complementary/alternative medicine (CAM) for end-of-life care as an adjunct to conventional medicine to assist in symptom management and improve quality of life. This webinar focuses on the concept of "total pain" and highlights techniques such as aromatherapy and massage, to further support dying patients.  

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT:  https://goo.gl/forms/ftxIfBPKDd86lo9n1  Or email JMoss@blileys.com

 

Monday              APRIL 15th          11:30-1:15PM              Bliley’s Augusta

Supporting Disenfranchised Grievers

Expert Panelists: Kenneth Doka, PhD, MDiv and Dale Larson, PhD
What happens when grief cannot be openly acknowledged, socially sanctioned, or publicly mourned? The webinar explores the contexts and causes of disenfranchised grief as well as complications arising from disenfranchisement.  A strong emphasis of the presentation is on interventive strategies that can enfranchise grief.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT:  https://goo.gl/forms/Zzn4PNmQElYqgHus2Or email JMoss@blileys.com

 

Tuesday       June 11th           11:30-1:15PM      Bliley’s Augusta

 Put Your Own Oxygen Mask on First: Self-Care for Hospice and Palliative Care Professionals

Expert Panelists: Kathleen Bixby, MSN, RN, CHPN and Kathleen Burkhart, MSN, ANP-C, FAANP
Who cares for the caregiver? In this webinar, participants explore individual and systemic sources of stress that they may experience as they deal with clients who are dying as well as individual and organizational strategies for self-care.

Click here to Register for this event:  https://goo.gl/forms/14H3Bt7GWTcboCY02Or email JMoss@blileys.com

  

2019     MORE TO COME HOW TO REGISGTER FOR THESE TOPICS

 

Tuesday          September 10, 2019        11:30Am-1:15PM    Bliley’s Augusta

Cultural Competency in End-of-Life Care

 

 Wednesday   October 16, 2019        11:30-1:15PM      Bliley’s Augusta

Funerals and Beyond: Using Rituals to Support Grieving Youth

 Thursday      November 14, 2019     11:30-1:15PM      Bliley’s Augusta

Managing Difficult Family Dynamics during Illness and Death

 

 Monday        December 9, 2019       11:30-1:15PM      Bliley’s Augusta

Best Practices in Counseling Survivors of Sudden and Traumatic Loss 

  

If you have any questions about this series or to register please contact

Jennifer Moss at Jmoss@blileys.com