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Niagara Region MAiD Focus Group

January 28, 2020

7:30 to 9:30 pm

Gale Centre, Niagara Falls

RSVP Required to merri-lee@homehospiceassociation.com 

Together we seek to learn how best to support those who are either considering MAiD/The Diana Pathway or supporting a loved one accessing MAiD before, during, and after… 

Death Doula Training and Certification Program

February 07, 2020

The team responsible for the creation of the Death Doula Training & Certification Program share a calling for this work and a passion for education. By bringing their diverse backgrounds and individual experiences in spiritual care, death care and bereavement care to the process of developing this training program, the physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and meaning making elements of “how to create space for dying” became the foundation of our Death Doula Training Program. Collectively and lovingly, they melded together in a common calling and common passion.

Downtown Toronto Death Café

February 20, 2020

7-9pm

75 St. Nicholas Street, Toronto (just south of Yonge & Bloor)

DEATH CAFÉS are open forum conversations about dying & death with the objective 'to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives'
This Death Café is open to the general public.

Space is limited - please RSVP kayla@homehospiceassociation.com to reserve your spot.

Spoonie Death Cafe - for people with Chronic Pain/Illness (Toronto)

March 21, 2020

2-4pm

75 St. Nicholas Street, Toronto (just south of Yonge & Bloor)

 

A safe space for people with chronic pain & chronic illness to come together for conversation about the only certainty in life.

Do I Really Need a Death Doula

March 25, 2020

Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities Palliative Education Day

Scarborough Convention Centre

Proud to be invited to participate in this event and to bring awareness to the critical role Death Doula's play for our dying and for those who both love and care for our dying.  

Find yourself not knowing what to say or do when you hear that there is no longer a heartbeat? As a professional member of your birthing or family community you have the opportunity to train to support those facing the most distressful time of their lives.

Death Doula Training and Certification Program

May 22, 2020

The team responsible for the creation of the Death Doula Training & Certification Program share a calling for this work and a passion for education. By bringing their diverse backgrounds and individual experiences in spiritual care, death care and bereavement care to the process of developing this training program, the physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and meaning making elements of “how to create space for dying” became the foundation of our Death Doula Training Program. Collectively and lovingly, they melded together in a common calling and common passion.

Together we can ensure no one living in Canada dies alone or in distress

 

This event is an opportunity for you to honour the memory of your loved one whether it be a family member, friend, co-worker or pet.   Remember how they lived and share their memories.

 

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Many Faces of Compassion - Home Hospice Waterloo Region

October 24, 2020

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Death Doula Training and Certification Program

November 27, 2020

The team responsible for the creation of the Death Doula Training & Certification Program share a calling for this work and a passion for education. By bringing their diverse backgrounds and individual experiences in spiritual care, death care and bereavement care to the process of developing this training program, the physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and meaning making elements of “how to create space for dying” became the foundation of our Death Doula Training Program. Collectively and lovingly, they melded together in a common calling and common passion.

Find yourself not knowing what to say or do when you hear that there is no longer a heartbeat? As a professional member of your birthing or family community you have the opportunity to train to support those facing the most distressful time of their lives.

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