Home Hospice Association - Niagara Region
Great Things are Happening with our Community Collaboration
February 2020: Thanks to Eventide we hosted our first Death Cafe
January 2020: The Diana Pathway Pilot Team held it's first focus group
July 2019: The first Death Cafe addressing thoughts, feeling and fears association with a MAiD (Medical Assistance in Dying) was held
April 2019: Our Chapter launched The Diana Pathway Pilot Project
October 2018: Soul Journeys Healing hosted Our Babies, Our Grief Support Group
October 2018: Heartland Forest hosted the first annual Moonlit Memory Walk for the Niagara Chapter
July 2018: HHA's Bello Project was the chosen charity for The Muddy Paws Wine Festival
May 2018: The Founding Board was established
April 2018: Heartland Forest hosted Our Babies, Our Grief Support Group
November 2017: Home Hospice Niagara Region hosted the very first class of Death Doulas
October 2017: Taylor Burciul, one of Niagara’s Infant & Pregnancy Loss Doulas, was featured in Niagara This Week https://www.niagarathisweek.com/news-story/7686376-help-in-a-traumatic-time/
October 2017: Fairview Cemetery welcomed parents to Our Babies, Our Grief Support Group (https://www.homehospiceassociation.com/our-babies-our-grief)
September 2017: Merri-Lee Agar and Mark Richardson formally presented their desire to establish home hospice care in the Niagara Region.
Members of the HHA- Niagara Region Board
How We Ensure Care is available when cure is no longer possible
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Whether your time availability is one hour a day, week or month; your talents can make a difference in the success of Home Hospice Association and the communities we serve.
Most of us do not think that our talents have a far reaching benefit, because they seem to be things that come so naturally to us!
Those talents, however, can make a project, program or a fundraising experience, one that leads to long term sustainability and support.