Our team of well-trained volunteers provide visits to homes and facilities to enhance dignity, comfort, and safety by offering support, companionship, and assistance with non-medical tasks.
This service enables caregivers to take some time to emotionally and physically recharge, so they are better able to handle the normal day-to-day challenges of caregiving.
Professional counselling helps individuals and families cope with a diagnosis, manage emotional concerns-such as depression, anxiety, and confusion-and explore ways to address life changes.
Our program exists to help families works through feelings of sadness and loss after the passing of a loved one. The program includes a social group, walking group, Children’s Grief and Bereavement Support and caregiver support group.
We are available to speak to your community agency, business, or faith group on topics including Advance Care Planning, Compassion Fatigue, Distress and Anxiety, and Coping with Life after a Death.