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  1. Ask a ProfessionalProvided by: Canadian Virtual Hospice - AKA: Portail Palliatif Canadien
    Healthcare experts provide confidential answers to questions posed online about life-limiting illness, palliative care, loss, and grief. Professionals include physicians, nurses, social workers, pediatric specialists, spiritual care advisors, a grief specialis...
  2. Provides support to those navigating end-of-life choice and care as well as services including: Witnesses under the Independent Witness Program for MAID Workshops and presentations for Advance Care Planning (ACP) Presentations on medical assistance in dying (M...
  3. Volunteers visit wherever the client resides and will help out in ways to improve quality of life, as determined by the client. This can include: Helping with light chores or meal preparation A few hours respite for caregivers General company, listening and ta...
  4. Volunteers visit wherever the client resides and will help out in ways to improve quality of life, as determined by the client. This can include: Helping with light chores or meal preparation A few hours respite for caregivers General company, listening and ta...
  5. Volunteers visit wherever the client resides and will help out in ways to improve quality of life, as determined by the client. This can include: Helping with light chores or meal preparation A few hours respite for caregivers General company, listening and ta...
  6. Trained volunteers visit with individuals and families who are going through an end-of-life experience, or those who are recently bereaved.Volunteers will visit clients at home, in hospital or in a care home.
  7. An eight week structured, face-to-face grief support group. Groups are small and cover emotional well-being and grief education and will build coping and adapting skills in a safe and nurturing environment.
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