This Canadian Association is a national voice for Hospice and Palliative Care in Canada. They advocate for quality end-of-life care which includes public policy, public education and awareness.
Canadian-based organization, which respects the wisdom of ancient death traditions and encourages the renewal of older death practices that are appropriate to present day. In the past, communities cared for their own dying people. Through creative adaptation this is an option available to us. CINDEA’s approach is one of a wide range of initiatives that are drawing our culture into a deeper relationship with nature and the cycles of life and death.
Information and support on palliative and end of life care and, bereavement. The professional team offers compassionate guidance and can answer your questions about life threatening and life limiting illnesses and grief support after the death of a loved one.
Professional oncology social workers provide free emotional and practical support for people with cancer, caregivers, loved ones and the bereaved.
Care-ring Voice is a free, bilingual and confidential program that connects caregivers and families to information and support through the use of tele-learning. Thye host learning sessions by telephone and the web on a range of life-changing topics. Participants learn from healthcare professionals who lead the workshops and are provided the opportunity to share with others in similar situations. Through Care-ring Voice tele-learning, caregivers and families take vital steps in ensuring their health and that of their loved ones.
Dying Matters is a broad based and inclusive national coalition which aims to change public knowledge, attitudes and behaviours towards dying, death and bereavement.
A national member-based organization committed to helping people achieve quality in dying. We help people understand all end-of-life options and work for choice in dying for all Canadians.
The Quality End-of-Life Care Coalition of Canada is a group of national organizations concerned about quality end of life care for all Canadians. Their mission statement is based on the fundamental principle that all Canadians have the right to die with dignity, free of pain, including emotional, mental, spiritual, relationship as well a physical and, surrounded by their loved ones.
The Grief Watch site was created to provide you with bereavement resources, memorial products and links that can help you through your personal grief. It also serves as an excellent educational tool for all who travel down the road of grief
An Internet community of persons dealing with death and the grief following this life event.
Visit website for more information and to participate in online support.