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Kids Path is a unique program for children, teens and their families, facing the challenge of coping with a serious progressive condition. Kids Paths pediatric home care team offers physical, emotional and spiritual care with a goal of enhancing the quality of life for children, teens and those who share their lives.

Children cope with illness and loss differently than adults. Kids Path strives to meet the unique needs of children and their families by offering information, support and a safe place to express feelings.

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Children and teens affected by the serious illness or death of a loved one can come to Kids Path for grief counseling. Age-appropriate support groups are also available to help young people explore their thoughts and feelings related to loss.

In-School Education and Support

Kids Path works with Guilford County schools to offer support for students experiencing grief. Our Kids Path staff along with school counselors teaches students coping skills to help them process their loss in a healthy way and learn to move forward despite their loss.

 

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Assisted Living & Elder Care Services, Hospices, Nursing & Convalescent Homes, Home Health Services, Counseling Services, Counselors-Licensed Professional
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03/15/2012

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Kids Path was created by Hospi...

Kids Path was created by Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro to support medically fragile and grieving children. This model program has even been highlighted in The Wall Street Journal and has received funding from the Duke Endowment to expand its model. Because of the Duke Endowment grant, there are now 11 hospices in North and South Carolina and West Virginia that have a Kids Path program. But is all began here in Greensboro at Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro.