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Videos

At Olivia’s House we love to teach about all the lessons we have learned over the past decade. Video is just one of the media we utilize. To view all our videos, including episodes of O.H. By the Way, jump over to our YouTube channel. Here are some of our favorites!

Blessing Olivia's House

Olivia’s House Alumni, Diamond, helped us to bless the grief center after the pandemic! This video was used as the opening of the  20th Anniversary Olivian Gala. 2022.

The Miniature World

This video was used at our 14th Annual Olivian Gala to help explain/demonstrate how our miniature world can act as an important tool in helping a child find their voice.

The Gardener

Adapted from the grief gardener parable of Alan Wolfelt, this animated video demonstrates how the flower that grows in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of all. 2015.

Everything Changes

When death enters into the life of a child, everything changes. Over the past ten years Olivia’s House has learned a lot from the children. An original Olivia’s House short that witnesses to the feelings of our program alumni. 2013.

The Cocoon of Grief

Like the butterfly, I too will emerge in my own time. An original Olivia’s House fictional narrative short examining the analogy of metamorphosis and its relationship to grief. 2011.

Openings In Heaven

Perhaps they are not stars but openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones shines down to let us know they are happy. This eskimo legend is the central theme for our teen room. This original Olivia’s House fictional narrative short highlights the importance of creating rituals for remembrance of those we have loved. 2010.

Commemorative Brick Ritual

Our annual Commemorative Brick Ritual Ceremony at Olivia’s House: A Grief and Loss Center for Children. 2008.

The Guardian Angel Legacy Society

This is an informational video explaining our collaboration with the York County Community Foundation to establish the Guardian Angels Legacy Fund. 2007.

The Legend of the Cracked Pot

This special art activity embraced by the graduate families of Olivia’s House highlights that while we will never be the same after the death of a loved one, we can still be beautiful and full of purpose! 2008.