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
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 Culbert and Mark Richardson formally presented their desire to establish home hospice care in the Niagara Region.
Members of the HHA- Niagara Region Board
HHA Board, Diana Pathway, MAiD, Medical Assistance in Dying
Palliative Care, MAiD, Medical Assistance in Dying, Diana Pathway
Death Doula, Infant and Pregnancy Loss, Our Babies, Our Grief, MAiD, Medical Assistance in Dying, HHA Death Cafe
The Bello Project, HHA Death Cafe, Death Cafe for Pet Lovers, Pet Palliative Care
Our Vision is to provide quality in life, dignity in death and
support in bereavement for the whole person, family and community by understanding their needs and supporting their choices.
As a local chapter of Home Hospice Association, we are committed
to supporting the unique needs of those in the Niagara Region.
We provide education; seek collaborative relationships to deliver services by offering integrative choices; and pilot projects which complement our existing hospice palliative care framework.
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.