Remembrance is equal parts brutal and sweet. Our loved ones’ absence hurts, but those memories keep them here with us, alive in our hearts. Their legacies live on through us, through the work we do and the ways we honor them.
Trust me, I know – I lost my love, Alan Rosen, to Parkinson’s in 2007. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of him and speak to him. Sometimes he even comes to visit me, in the form of a crow. It’s for Alan that I keep pushing to make sure no one is isolated because of Parkinson’s.
No matter where you are on your grief journey, you are not alone.
This Week of Remembrance (May 22nd – May 31st), we have a number of activities planned to pay tribute to our deceased loved ones and to help each of you navigate the complexities of grief and end-of-life care. Take a look at the below list of activities and resources available: