Comforting Children After A Trauma

In light of the mass shootings in schools, children have been exposed to trauma, which may result in them feeling confused, frightened and helpless. These feelings may be overlooked or minimized. For this reason, it’s important for adults to respond with comfort and support. It can be tough to talk about, but you can be the greatest…

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A Special Message From Our Foundation

For more than 40 years, Trustbridge has made a difference in the lives of countless families in our community. When caring for our families, relationships are formed, bonds are created and trust is built. Because of this, we feel a responsibility to inform you of a national solicitation targeting our local community. The Hospice Support…

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Husband’s Bonsai Garden A Growing Tribute To Late Wife

Husband's Bonsai Garden A Growing Tribute To Late Wife

Boynton Beach resident Harvey Tatelman has had two loves — his wife Claire who died June 29 at age 92, and his hobby, bonsai landscaping.   Tatelman, 95, a former New York City fashion designer, moved to Delray Beach in 1986. One day a friend showed him a stunted tree called bonsai, the Japanese art form using…

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Music Therapist Serenades Hospice Patients – From A Distance

Boca Raton resident Bridget Brennan, 36, is a music therapist for Trustbridge Hospice, Inc. She visits patients, plays her guitar and sings, resulting in patients singing or humming along, clapping their hands, tapping their feet and smiling happily. During the time of COVID-19, she often performs for patients from behind a window in order to…

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Pet Therapy Brings Peace To Hospice Patients

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A Palm Beach County man and his four-legged best friend are helping terminally ill patients find something to smile about during tough times. Between the calming water and soothing music, hospice staff members work hard to create a relaxing environment for patients entering the final chapter of their lives. “I…

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