Hope, Love, and Loss: Creating Your Pathway to Healing - a workshop for those who are grieving will be held on May 26 via Zoom. Register in advance. Event is free.
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.
The Holidays can be difficult and overwhelming for those who are grieving. This webinar is designed to help support you as you navigate the Holiday season, especially during our current pandemic environment. Numbers are limited, so register at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bay of Quinte MPP Todd Smith, Quinte West Mayor Jim Harrison, Belleville Mayor Mitch Panciuk and other local dignitaries joined Hospice Quinte staff and board members in Bayside this morning for a special groundbreaking ceremony, kicking-off construction for the future Hospice Quinte Care Centre.
Hospice Quinte has received a $40,000 gift from the Federal Government’s ‘Emergency Community Support Fund’ enabling the organization to expand upon its existing grief and bereavement support services, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
Meaningful Ideas For Funerals, Memorial Services Or Celebrations Of Life During The COVID-19 Pandemic
A funeral, memorial service, celebration of life or other end of life rituals are vital to healthy grief. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing and restrictions on events and gatherings has severely impacted the way we're used to grieving... together. Here are some ideas for individuals and families to consider for funerals, memorial services and celebrations of life during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grief and death are on everyone’s mind. For most of us the scale of the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated death and collective grief is unprecedented. Combined with social distancing protocol, end-of-life issues, death care, and grief have become even more complex.
Hospice Quinte is celebrating the twentieth annual Hospice Palliative Care Week from May 4th – 10th with individuals and organizations across Canada. It is a time to celebrate and share the achievements of hospice palliative care throughout the nation, look at shortcomings and create bridges for these gaps.