What Does Dying Well Mean to You?

The question we are ready to ask all Party Candidates

Wednesday May 18, 2022 7:00 pm

Home Hospice Association is hosting a non-partisan virtual town hall on Wednesday, May 18th, at 7:00 PM.

 

We invite all candidates to join us and speak to their vision for improving equitable access to palliative care for the citizens they are hoping to represent.

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We invite all members of all communities across Ontario to share their questions and concerns about the state of palliative care in Ontario: what it means to each of us individually -- and to those who love us, and those we love -- to live and die (well) in the province we call home. 

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Connecting Caring Members of the Community 

The Importance of This Town Hall Meeting

It is an exceptional opportunity to grow the shared mission of engaging communities in helping individuals die wherever they call home - with peace, dignity, and culturally sensitive human connection. All members of our communities benefit when we can foster relationships with others committed to increasing care of our dying; and those who love them.

Just as it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a village to care for the dying. We are committed to creating a Canada - filled with villages - where those who are dying feel heard, respected, and appreciated. 

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The Message We Are Delivering

  • It is possible to create a more compassionate community dedicated to supporting others in their journey of living and dying.

  • Those who can make a difference; must.

  • Caring for the most vulnerable is simply the right thing to do.

  • To those, for whom there will be no cure... you matter to us! 

  • NOBODY IS EXEMPT FROM DYING, we will all need equitable access to end-of-life care and resources in our lifetime (likely more than just for ourselves) 

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