Breakfast of Champions
Join us at The Grand (70 Harder Drive, Belleville) for a fun-filled morning of great food with great people for a great cause. This year we will be honouring long-time Hospice Quinte supporter Ross McDougall as the first recipient of the John Williams Champion of Care Award!
We’re Hiring a Community Hospice Coordinator
Hospice Quinte is hiring a full-time Community Hospice Coordinator. This is the perfect job for someone who loves people is very organized.
We’re Hiring a Community Investment Coordinator
Hospice Quinte is hiring a full-time Community Investment Coordinator. This is the perfect job for a high-energy results-oriented professional.
We’re Hiring a Food Services Coordinator
Hospice Quinte is hiring a part-time Food Services Coordinator.
How Hospice Quinte Can Help
Receiving a diagnosis of a life-limiting or terminal illness can be devastating and can send patients and their families into a state of despair and hopelessness. Planning for end-of-life care may seem overwhelming, but many services are available to help people live well during the terminal phase of an illness. Listen to this week's podcast to find out more.
Grief and Valentine’s Day
Special days and holidays, like Valentine's Day, can often trigger memories and difficult emotions in individuals who have experienced the loss of a loved one. Check out this week's Changing Lives Podcast to learn more about coping with grief during Valentine's Day.
Provincial Funding Helps Hospice Quinte Support Seniors with Advance Care Planning
Hospice Quinte is hosting a series of Advance Care Planning seminars for adults 55 and older thanks to $24,000 in funding received from Ontario’s ‘Seniors Community Grant’ program. An Advance Care Plan (ACP) is a way for people to express what they wish to take place should they become incapable of consenting to or refusing treatment, or personal care. This includes deciding who will make decisions on one’s behalf should that happen.
City of Belleville Proudly Supports Hospice Quinte
Hospice Quinte is delighted to have received $225,000 from the City of Belleville today. This latest contribution is part of the municipality’s $1M commitment that helped Hospice Quinte establish its six-bed, world-class hospice residence known as the Stan Klemencic Care Centre. To date, the City of Belleville has paid $775,000 toward the 6-year pledge.