On Thursday, November 29, 2018, Center for Hospice Care had a Storytelling Event at Tyl Middle School in Montville for some of the sixth-grade students. The three-part program was put on by A Good Laugh, Inc., based in Mystic and headed by Gigi Little. A Good Laugh has supported Center for Hospice Care’s Expressive Arts program and the efforts of the Expressive Arts Therapist, Linda Bradley, for the past three years.
Teresa Whitaker and Frank Schwartz, two very creative and talented storytellers, from The Connecticut Storytelling Center at Connecticut College in New London were the performers. They combined storytelling, song, and music to interact with the audience.
Thank you, Gigi, Linda, Teresa, Frank and everyone at Tyl Middle School for a wonderful event.
About Center for Hospice Care
Since 1985, Center for Hospice Care has served more than 12,500 patients. We are the largest community-based hospice in Southeastern Connecticut and the only hospice provider that delivers all the care and services needed by patients and their families – including extended group and individual bereavement counseling to anyone who needs it, free of charge. Our staff is the most qualified and experienced in the field and is augmented by more than 115 specially trained volunteers who provide companionship to our patients and respite to their families.
Posted on December 28, 2018