This March, Hospice Calgary has partnered with Trolley 5. Proceeds of every order of their ‘Friends with Eggs Benedicts’ eggs benedict from their famous benny bar supports the clients, patients and families of Hospice Calgary and the Children’s Grief Centre.
See you every Saturday and/or Sunday in March!
Registration is now open! The 2021 Virtual Hike for Hospice Calgary will run between Saturday, May 1, 2021 and Monday, May 10, 2021. Hike your way, anytime and anywhere within the event’s ten days.
Virtual Hike for Hospice Calgary raises funds and awareness for Calgary’s grieving families and allows them to access the help they need, when they need it. Support the people we serve by helping us reach our goal of $100,000!
We’ve partnered with Skip the Depot to provide an easy way for you to recycle your empty containers while supporting Hospice Calgary at the same time! Sign up with Skip the Depot today to schedule a home pick-up.
Through the practice of self-compassion and self-care, we become aware of ourselves and ways in which our well-being can be sustained. Kristy Gauld Dyer, Hospice Calgary’s Spiritual Care Coordinator, will share insights into the practice of self-compassion and ideas/resources for self-care.
The diagnosis of a life-threatening illness has an impact on family dynamics and functioning. Stacey Van Dyke and Jessica Carroll, Family Counsellor, will share strategies and resources that can help keep your family afloat as illness progresses.
Family caregivers say their role is rewarding and stressful. Heather Lucier, COMPASS facilitator, and Karen Cuthbertson, Caregivers Alberta, draw from personal caregiving experience, outline strategies for managing this important role as well as resources that are available to support caregivers.