California based real estate expert Kenny Slaught stands behind Hospice of Santa Barbara’s grief programs. He supports its Anticipatory Grief Services program and believes social support is important for those who lost a loved one. Slaught talks about families experiencing happiness again after loss on his blog at KennySlaught.com.
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Famous structures in Santa Barbara include El Pueblo Viejo, Hotel Virginia and the Old Mission’s towers. The observation deck provides a great city view, and the County Courthouse showcases beautiful murals. The Lobero theatre houses events and was constructed in 1873, having been rebuilt by George Washington Smith in the early 1920’s. Many such architectural treasures can be found in Santa Barbara, highlighting the city founder’s planning.
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Keeping the natural appeal of the area was intentional, and in 1925, city developers implemented rules against demolishing the Spanish buildings. Santa Barbara was the first city in US to have such controls established and preserve its historical buildings. In 1960 the city set up its landmark building protection.
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A lot of families are seeking the hospice for grief related support, Kenny Slaught acknowledges.The sessions are available at several locations and free of charge. The counseling tackles death related issues from every standpoint and can reduce the risk of unresolved issues surfacing years later. It has been shown that grief counselors are more effective compared to general mental health practitioners.
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