Many of us know the loss of a friend, a co-worker, or even a sense of routine and purpose during a global pandemic. But we may not always recognize the toll these gradual or multiple losses take, or what we can do to make the situation better. That’s what this pozcast episode is all about as host James Watson sits down with Thomas Egdorf, the Director of the AIDS Bereavement & Resiliency Program of Ontario (ABRPO).
ABRPO provides a compassionate presence and educational support to mitigate the impacts of HIV/AIDS related loss and grief on diverse communities across Ontario. In line with their focus on creating educational tools and interventions that acknowledge and address the impact of peoples’ grief experiences, ABRPO has moved many of its resources online to be accessed by individuals, workplaces and communities—wherever they are.
Team check-ins and debriefs can now be guided by ABRPO’s new online Holistic Check-in tool, a 15-minute module has a little something for everyone. So go check it out!
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