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Another Day Facts

What: Targeted grief and bereavement support for both the person diagnosed and those who love them designed to meet the needs of anyone and at any time throughout their grief journey.


Who: Over one million people per year touched by a life-threatening diagnosis


Why: The Canadian Mental Health System is over worked and not able to focus on a targeted area of mental health such as grief.

The HHA Way
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The HHA Way

The diagnosis has been made, the shock and disbelief are real.  You are already grieving. The grief journey does not start when the casseroles stop coming.  It begins at diagnosis. It has an immediate impact as the possibility of dying or losing a loved one strikes it’s first blow. Another Day empowers individuals along every step of their journey from diagnosis to death and carries on for those who love them.

The phone calls have gotten shorter, the visitors have stopped visiting and now the process of grief has now grown terrifying because grief does not end when the casseroles stop coming. The thought of grief immediately impacts you when the possibility of losing a loved one surfaces and this is something that many people struggle to grasp. It is not often where we conceive the progression of grief of someone diagnosed with a life-limiting illness.

Details of Service


Someone has been newly diagnosed and is now on a treatment journey (My World Has Been Turned Upside Down)

  • Anticipatory Grief Support

    • Empowers clients that are going through any stage of that journey

    • Considers the grief journey someone who has been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness is traveling

    • One on one empathetic communication to work through the fears associated with the diagnosis and the treatment options presented

    • Addresses grief when it starts; facing with the possibility of life without our loved one

  • Guidance on where and how to channel anger and fear (for example) in empowering ways

    • Building and managing resource binders and records of doctors appointments, medications, treatment recommendations

    •  Journal notes at doctor’s appointments