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Bereavement Parent Mentor Training 
March 15th and March 16th
9:00am - 12:30pm
Participants will receive a $50 gift card for attending


There is very little support for parents/caregivers who have had children with special health care needs or who have experienced the loss of their child.  The Family Center for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs recognizes this lack of support and in response, has created this Parent Mentoring Training.

The training is for parents in Michigan who have had a child with a special health care need, experienced the loss of their child at least 13 months ago and would like to help other parents that are looking for support in their journey with grief. 
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Minute to Minute Mindfulness: Self-care Strategies for Busy Lives
March 15, 3:00 p.m. EST 
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Stress is an inevitable part of life -- especially for those of us who are caregivers in our personal and professional lives. We all encounter moments that challenge us, stretch us, or bring up strong feelings. The good news is that there are tools that can make it easier to manage stress in a healthy way so that it does not lead to distress or illness. In this webinar, palliative care physician and mindfulness teacher Miriam Stewart will discuss practical tools for managing stress and strategies for fitting these tools into our busy lives. Participants will have the opportunity to learn brief mindfulness practices and experience a guided meditation as part of the session.

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Families and caregivers may attend for free. Send an email to

PPCC (Pediatric Palliative Care Coalition), GIPPCC (Greater Illinois Pediatric Palliative Care Coalition), CHPCC (Children’s Hospice & Palliative Care Coalition of California), and the CSU Shiley Haynes Institute for Palliative Care have collaborated to offer the PPC Webinar Series to raise the visibility of pediatric palliative care and to build clinicians’ competencies and confidence. 

CPCC works to improve access to and quality of palliative care for children suffering life-limiting conditions. We aim to make it easier for families to find the guidance and support they need when navigating the complexities of caring for their child. 

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