Did you know that approximately 25% of Canadians end up providing care for family members and friends suffering from a chronic illness or disability at some point in their lives? Unfortunately, unpaid caregivers are given little to no training before or while providing the care that they do. Learn more in this week's Changing Lives Podcast.
The pandemic came as a shock to us all and it completely changed how we do life. We may never go completely back to the way things were. The same is true about loss and bereavement. Learn more about how grieving the loss of a loved one has changed in this week's Changing Lives Podcast.
Hospice Quinte has been awarded $5K from Trenval Business Development Corporation through the federally funded organization’s ‘Community Economic Development Project’ program.
Mark your calendars and join Hospice Quinte on Friday, June 25th, 2021 at Black Bear Ridge Golf Course, for our 2021 Charity Golf Tournament, proudly presented by Peak Construction Group! Learn more about the exciting things in store at this years tournament in this episode of our Changing Lives Podcast.
The John M. & Bernice Parrott Foundation has been honoured with a significant naming opportunity at the future Hospice Quinte Care Centre following a gift this spring of $35K to Hospice Quinte’s Heart & Home Building Campaign.
Hospice Quinte has received a $25,000 gift from the Provincial Government’s ‘Ontario Senior Community Grant Program’ enabling the organization to expand its caregiver support services.
Get the latest news and learn more about the new Hospice Quinte Care Centre in the April / May 2021 edition of the Heart & Home Building Campaign newsletter!
Spirituality means different things to different people. For some, religion and faith are part of their spirituality; others may look to cultural traditions to meet spiritual needs, and some may seek spiritual fulfilment in nature. In this week's Changing Lives Podcast we discuss traditions and spirituality at end of life.