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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. Grief support groups (open and closed groups) and one-on-one support from trained grief support volunteers, for those who have experienced a loss of any kind.
  3. Grief support groups (open and closed groups) and one-on-one support from trained grief support volunteers, for those who have experienced a loss of any kind.
  4. Grief support groups (open and closed groups) and one-on-one support from trained grief support volunteers, for those who have experienced a loss of any kind.
  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 for the client A ...
  6. 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 for the client A ...
  7. 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 for the client A ...
  8. Trained volunteers visit with individuals and families who are going through an end-of-life experience, or those who are recently bereaved. Volunteers will sit and visit in clients' homes, at hospital or in a nursing home.
  9. KidsGrief.caProvided by: Canadian Virtual Hospice - AKA: Portail Palliatif Canadien
    Helps parents and other adults support and talk to children about serious illness, dying, and the death of someone they know.