At Penn Medicine At Home, our care does not stop with the passing of a patient. We offer bereavement programs and services to help survivors of hospice patients through the grieving process and to educate the community on various grief-related topics. We aim to support survivors of all ages, and we even have a specialized program for children.

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Bereavement Services for Adults

We offer bereavement programs and services to help survivors of hospice patients through the grieving process and to educate the community on various grief related topics.

Bereavement Services for Children

Penn Medicine Hospice's David Bradley Children's Bereavement Program provides emotional support for young people who have lost a significant person in their lives, and guides them through the bereavement process in a safe, sensitive environment that caters directly to their needs.

Camp Erin

Camp Erin Philadelphia is a weekend overnight camp for grieving children and teens ages 6-17. The camp combines traditional, fun, high-energy camp activities with grief education and support.

Grief Reach: Rediscovering Family, Rediscovering Fun

Grief Reach: Rediscovering Family, Rediscovering Fun is a program designed for families in the second and third years following the death of a loved one.

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