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Volunteers helping terminally ill to tell their stories

https://www.abc.net.au/7.30/helping-people-tell-their-life-story-as-they-face/10494368

Here’s a link to an Australia report on a program where volunteers help terminally ill people to write their life stories. I would love to be part of such a program!

This week on ‘Focus Montreal’: Dec. 8

Focus Montreal introduces Montrealers to the people who are shaping our community by bringing their stories into focus.

The program airs Saturday at 5:30 p.m. as well as Sunday at 7:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. 460 more words

Canada

End Well 2018: Talking about what it means to end well helps us all to live well

As a brain cancer patient for over fifteen years, I’ve lived with an acute understanding of my mortality. In many ways this has been a blessing. 397 more words

Patient Blog

Prolonging Life: The Power of Palliative Practices

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Nisitha Sengottuvel

As cancer researchers and medical professionals, most of us at OncoBites have chosen to pursue a career fighting against cancer. 728 more words

Lifestyle

St. Joseph's Health Care London unveils new palliative care unit at Parkwood

St. Joseph’s Health Care London has officially unveiled the newly renovated Palliative Care Unit at Parkwood Institute.

Officials held a ceremonial ribbon cutting Thursday morning at the unit which will house 18 patient beds to start, with the capacity to add more as single rooms can be converted to doubles. 586 more words

Canada

Awareness Programs for Hospice and Palliative Care Services

Do you think present hospice care follows manipulated death process by inducing terminal sedation? Show your support to Choices Right To Live! As we create public awareness about hospice to provide life supporting options for all patients and focus on a patient’s right to live.

Death With Dignity

Going back to his home

Yesterday we went back. Back to the only place Killian ever lived. The place where I spent every moment with him. The place where he lived his short life. 927 more words