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Services

Accessing our programs is easy. Individuals, health care professionals, and family members can contact our office to make a referral. A service agreement is signed by the client or their power of care. Services are offered at NO COST. Donations are welcome but not necessary.

What is palliative care and how do we help?

 

Palliative care is caring for patients and families facing a life-threatening illness. It may start from the time of diagnosis or a serious illness, but does not end when someone dies.

Family and friends need support as they grieve the loss of their loved ones.

Hospice Care focuses on the palliation of a terminally ill or seriously ill person by attending to their emotional and spiritual needs.

Dying, caregiving and grieving are three of life’s greatest challenges and deserve compassionate, caring support. Our services are available at no cost throughout Dufferin County in clients’ homes, at the hospital or in our facility.

Our services include:

  • One-on-one volunteer visiting

  • Day programs, including Art Therapy

  • Caregiver support and respite

  • Bereavement programs

  • Community library of educational materials.

Services

Accessing our programs is easy. Individuals, health care professionals and family members can contact our office to make a referral. A service agreement is signed by the client or their power of care. Services are offered at NO COST. Donations are welcome but not necessary.