What we do
Hospice palliative care helps people with life-threatening and terminal illnesses live as comfortably and as fully as possible in a home-like setting. The focus is on caring, not curing; and on life not death. Hospice care also extends to friends and family members, helping them care for their loved one and to care for themselves during times of grief. We currently offer programs out in the community as well as inside our Hospice Home. Please click on the headings for further program information.
This has been the foundation of our Hospice. Since 1981 we have been going out into the community providing support, respite care and companionship to palliative patients and their families.
Hospice has counsellors on staff who connect with patients and families that are in the Hospice Home. The counsellors also see clients in their office at the Hospice Home.
The day program is offered to clients who are living at home with a life threatening illness and who may be experiencing the daily challenges of their diagnosis, treatment and social isolation that arise from their illness.
Let us help guide you through the process of having a loved one admitted to our Hospice Home.
A breakdown of some of the most frequently asked questions.