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Anne Weisblatt

Pediatric Social Worker

JourneyCare Foundation

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JourneyCare Foundation

405 Lake Zurich Road

Barrington, Illinois, 60010

United States

Company Description

Since 1982, JourneyCare has provided compassionate end-of-life care and pain and symptom management to thousands of patients and families, making every moment count for those touched by serious illness and loss. We are here to help when you need it most. We ca...more

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JourneyCare | Caregiver Support Groups

"These moms can relate to what each other are going through like no one else can," explained JourneyCare social worker Anne Weisblatt.
"We created the group because the moms can support each other and learn from each other-share ideas of what works for them and what doesn't," she said. "In addition, this is a safe place to express hopes, fears, and emotions, to be there for each other, to ask for support. They understand each other and can realize that they are not completely alone in the world facing this unthinkable situation." One of the groups is for English speaking moms, the other for Spanish-speaking moms. "The moms in my Spanish group are so excited about this group being formed because there really aren't a lot of resources-books, groups, etc.-in Spanish that focus on the subject of dealing with a seriously ill child," said Weisblatt, who is one of JourneyCare's bilingual staff members.


Hospice & Palliative Care of Northeastern Illinois | Meet Our Team

Anne Weisblatt, LCSW, Social Worker
Anne Weisblatt comes to HPNI as a social worker with extensive social work training and Spanish language skills. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago, a Masters of Social Work at Loyola University of Chicago, and has earned Licensed Clinical Social Worker Certification. Anne has previous experience as a Bilingual Social Worker for Highland Park High School and as a Pediatric Oncology Social Worker and Spanish Interpreter for Children's Memorial Medical Center.


http://www.hospiceanswers.org/care-for-children/meet-our-team/

Anne Weislblatt, LCSW
Social Worker


Hospice & Palliative Care of Northeastern Illinois | Caregiver Support Groups

"These moms can relate to what each other are going through like no one else can," explained HPNI social worker Anne Weisblatt.
"We created the group because the moms can support each other and learn from each other-share ideas of what works for them and what doesn't," she said. "In addition, this is a safe place to express hopes, fears, and emotions, to be there for each other, to ask for support. They understand each other and can realize that they are not completely alone in the world facing this unthinkable situation." One of the groups is for English speaking moms, the other for Spanish-speaking moms. "The moms in my Spanish group are so excited about this group being formed because there really aren't a lot of resources-books, groups, etc.-in Spanish that focus on the subject of dealing with a seriously ill child," said Weisblatt, who is one of HPNI's bilingual staff members.


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