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What is Camp Caterpillar?
When will it be held?
Who can participate?
Why is this event important for your children?
Campers will learn that they are not alone in their feelings of grief or their anxiety about the ways their lives have changed. Children will be taught that the process of grieving is not forgetting their loved one but remembering with less pain. Campers learn to express the feelings, improve communication, and learn coping skills to deal with current and future losses.
All activities are led by Hospice of San Joaquin grief staff as well as grief volunteers.
Lambda Theta Phi
Ricky & Suzanne Barnes Foundation
Lodi Tokay Rotary Club
Susan Salamon Hospice Fund for Children's Bereavement