As we continue to monitor the situation surrounding COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to postpone all of our live and interactive events. We are aiming to start at the beginning of June, but will continue to monitor the latest information including recommendations from the CDC and World Health Organization.

 

We will keep you posted regarding new start dates. We know that this can be an extremely difficult time. We will continue to stay in touch through social media and we are looking forward to utilizing the “wonders of technology” to offer some experiences such as a series of virtual death cafes.

 

As the situation unfolds, please hold in your heart and energy all those who find themselves facing their end of life, alone.  If we can hold space for all of them and make it our wish that they are able to feel our collective support, we will make it through this together.

Virtual Happenings at Home Hospice Chapters

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Hey Ottawa and the "613" Grab Your Mug as we Celebrate Volunteer Appreciation Week!

April 24, 2020

While we can not be together in person to celebrate our volunteers and the work we are doing in the National Capital Region we can come together via the wonders of technology!

When:  Friday April 24, 2020 (drop in anytime) from 7-9 pm

How:  RSVP to pamela@homehospiceassociation.com for Zoom connect details

Virtual Presenation of the first Ottawa Death Cafe

April 27, 2020

Over your at home lunch or "just because break" we invite you to join us for conversation about the only certainty in life (even in these most uncertain times)... because TALKING ABOUT DEATH WON'T KILL YOU!

WHEN: Monday April 27, 2020 from 12:30 to 2:00 pm

WHERE: VIA Zoom - Host Ottawa Public Library

Tentative Re-Opening of HHA Trainings and Community Events - a Great Day to Celebrate!

June 15, 2020

With a wishful heart we look forward to the possiblity of continuing to learn and communicate work so important for care when cure is no longer possible.

Death Doula Training and Certification Program

June 26, 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.

Niagara Region Death Cafe - August 18

August 18, 2020

Tuesday, August 18th,2020 | 7-9pm

Eventide Nursing Home

5050 Jepson Street, Niagara Falls

Join us for tea, coffee, cake, and conversation about the only certainty in life.

RSVP KAYLA@HOMEHOSPICEASSOCIATION.COM to reserve your spot!

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.

 

More Information           Register to Walk            Visit our 2017 Photo Gallery 

Many Faces of Compassion - Home Hospice Waterloo Region

October 24, 2020

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Cambridge Death Cafe

September 14, 2020

Join us on for tea, coffee, cake, and conversation about the only certainty in life... because TALKING ABOUT DEATH WON'T KILL YOU!

WHEN: Monday, June 8/2020 | 6-8pm

WHERE:

St. Peter's Lutheran Church

810 King Street East

Niagara Region Death Cafe - October 20

October 20, 2020

Tuesday, October 20th,2020 | 7-9pm

Eventide Nursing Home

5050 Jepson Street, Niagara Falls

Join us for tea, coffee, cake, and conversation about the only certainty in life.

RSVP KAYLA@HOMEHOSPICEASSOCIATION.COM to reserve your spot!

Cambridge Death Cafe

November 09, 2020

Join us on for tea, coffee, cake, and conversation about the only certainty in life... because TALKING ABOUT DEATH WON'T KILL YOU!

WHEN: Monday, June 8/2020 | 6-8pm

WHERE:

St. Peter's Lutheran Church

810 King Street East

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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