Information night on living with loss after being bereaved

THERE WILL be an information evening on Thursday, November 3 on “Living with Loss”. Organised by the Irish Hospice Foundation, the Michaela Foundation’s John McAreavey will speak about bereavement.

Members of the public and invited to attend this FREE public event on Thursday November 3, from 5.30pm to 8pm at the Alexander Hotel, 41-47 Fenian Street (off Merrion Square) Dublin 2.

Bereavement stock image 13 October 2016

November is traditionally a month for remembrance. This Irish Hospice Foundation event aims to provide information about grief and the range of supports available to bereaved people.

The evening will open at 5.30pm with a formal introduction. There will also be an opportunity to chat to voluntary bereavement support services about the supports they provide.

During the evening John McAreavey will address the gathering and speak on the theme ‘Living with Loss’.

If you have any queries or would like further information please contact Iris Murray, Irish Hospice Foundation, 4th Floor, Morrison Chambers, 32 Nassau Street, Dublin 2. Telephone: 01 6793188 Fax: 01 6730040.

Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. website: www.hospicefoundation.ie and www.bereaved.ie

Tea/Coffee will be served throughout the evening.

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