To lose a loved one during the coronavirus pandemic means having to say goodbye under circumstances most of us never would have imagined.
We talk to a funeral director about how traditional services have changed, and a chaplain shares the challenges of being unable to comfort patients and families face-to-face. We also hear from a grief counselor, who explains that grief is not exclusively a response to death.
Produced by Maggie Gelon.
Jennifer Nelson Williams
President, ARN Funeral & Cremation Services
Chaplain, IU Health Methodist Hospital
Director, Center for Loss and Life Transition