16th Annual Pediatric Luncheon To Benefit Seriously Ill And Grieving Children
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Michelle Frost, a registered nurse who has worked with ill children and teaches resiliency techniques, will be the keynote speaker at Providence Hospice of Seattle's 16th annual Pediatric Luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015.
Seattle-Bellevue-Everett, WA (OPENPRESS) Michelle Frost, a registered nurse who has worked with ill children and teaches resiliency techniques, will be the keynote speaker at Providence Hospice of Seattle's 16th annual Pediatric Luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015.
A life coach and former Seattle Children's Hospital nurse whose daughter survived leukemia, Frost will speak on "Wrestling with Sorrow: The Intersection of Personal and Professional Experience."
KING-5 TV news anchor Mark Wright will emcee the luncheon. Proceeds will benefit Providence Hospice of Seattle's children's hospice and palliative care program and children's grief support program.
"Grieving and terminally ill children throughout King County have benefitted from care over the last 15 years because of this meaningful event," said Gary Crum, director of the Providence Hospice of Seattle Foundation. "We look forward to seeing this year's lunch continue this important legacy."
Doors open for the event at 11:30 a.m. and the program begins promptly at noon at the Washington State Convention Center, 800 Convention Place, in Seattle. Participants will not be charged for lunch, but a $150 donation is requested. Funds raised will be used to help seriously ill and grieving children get the care they deserve, regardless of their financial circumstances.
About Providence Hospice of Seattle:
Founded in 1975, Providence Hospice of Seattle is a recognized leader in the community for providing innovative services and compassionate end-of-life care for adults and children living with life-limiting illness throughout King County. The trained and dedicated staff offer medical expertise, emotional and spiritual support, and promote informed choices, comfort, management of symptoms, and quality of life. Hospice services are provided wherever the patient resides. Community grief support services for adults and children are also available. More information is available at http://www.providence.org/hospiceofseattle.
About Michelle Frost:
Michelle Frost is a registered nurse, Certified Professional Coach, Master Practitioner in Energy Leadership and owner of Resiliency Coaching, LLC. With more than three decades of experience, she has devoted her career to serving patients, in particular children with life-threatening illnesses and the families who love them. As the mother of a childhood cancer survivor, Frost knows firsthand what it means to cultivate resilience in the face of life-altering circumstances. Through her work in these areas, as well as her personal experience as a childhood cancer survivor's mother and the daughter of parents who each had Alzheimer's disease, Frost shares her perspective with clients. Resiliency is not an attribute that we either have or don't have, but rather the amount of potential energy any one of us has to return to a state of well being despite a life-changing event. A key to her successful career is her ability to deeply connect with her clients and audiences through one to one coaching, speaking engagements and through her writing and blog. For more information go to http://www.resiliencycoaching.org.