Hospice Palliative Care Providers
What Hospice Palliative Care Addresses
Hospice Palliative Care is specialized client-centered end-of-life care. It aims to relieve suffering and improve the quality of living and dying.
Hospice Palliative Care supports people living with life-threatening illnesses. It provides care for patients and their loved ones to meet each individual’s
- Medical needs
- Psychological needs
- Social needs
- Spiritual needs
- Practical needs
Where is Care Provided?
Hospice palliative care considers that dying is an important part of living and that it is essential to manage pain and other symptoms effectively so that those facing death, and their loved ones, can devote their energies not to fighting physical discomfort, but to embrace the time they have left together.
Compassion Fatigue-Coping with Burnout April 13th, 2018 @ 10:30-12:00pm Facilitator: Carol Ballard – Chaplain PWL Hospice, Grande Prairie Carol’s workshop is free to anyone who has cared for or is currently caring for someone who requires long-term care, is palliative...read more
We have a variety of volunteering opportunities: Volunteers for Events Memory Tree Volunteers at Festival of Trees – volunteers help create awareness about Palliative Care, help set up and take down display, assist visitors with hanging memory cards on the tree and...read more
Thank you to everyone that came out to enjoy the Festival of Trees, remember loved ones and donated this year to our Memory Tree Program. It was a wonderful success!read more
Another fantastic visit at the Hospice with Heath the service dog in training. Thank you again, Kathy for bringing himread more
Today was our first official volunteer pet visitation at the Points West Hospice. Heath was an absolute doll! Thank you Kathy Green for sharing this amazing boy with us and we look forward to your next visit! ???? Also an extra special thank you to the staff at PW...read more
Comfort Care Bags What are Comfort Care Bags? In simplest terms the comfort care bag is made up of donated items to provide comfort to the palliative care person, their families and loved ones in this journey of their life and to let families know they are...read more