Bruce Peninsula Hospice invites you to the 8th Annual Hike for Hospice. You may remember in previous years we organized hikes at four different locations. Well, that’s not going to happen, but we are counting on you for imaginative ways to take the steps virtually.Read more...
The first full week of May marks National Hospice Palliative Care Week in Canada. National Hospice Palliative Care Week is a time to celebrate and share achievements of hospice palliative care throughout the nation, but it also provides a platform to look at shortcomings and create bridges for these gaps.Learn more
... To help ensure the safety and health of our clients, their families and Bruce Peninsula Hospice Volunteers, we have suspended our face-to-face home visiting and support programs as of March 14th until further notice. Bruce Peninsula Hospice is, however, continuing to provide our supportive compassionate care by telephone to the individuals and families we are serving.Full statement here
Thursday, April 16th, 2020 is National Advance Care Planning Day in Canada! - Now More Than Ever, We Need To Talk ACP!Learn more
Health care is top of mind at this very sensitive time. Indeed, you are not alone if this pandemic has given you pause, and reason to reflect on your own personal long-term health and personal care wishes. To help you start or continue these important reflections and conversations with loved ones....Learn more
Share your time, listening skills and companionship. Become a hospice volunteer in our local area. Help us provide a compassionate presence and non-medical support for people living with a progressive life-limiting illness and/or grief.Learn more
It is with great excitement that Bruce Peninsula Hospice (BPH) announces it has received renewed accreditation status as a Visiting Hospice Service. The Accreditation Committee of BPH worked to prepare their submission for the accreditation reviewers for the past two years...Read more
Share your time, listening skills and companionship. Become a hospice volunteer in our local area. Volunteers provide a compassionate presence and non-medical support for people living with a progressive life-limiting illness and/or grief.Learn more
We understand that family and friends come first when planning for the future, especially when making a Will, but did you know that you can also support charitable organizations that are close to your heart by leaving them a gift in your Will?Learn more
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Address: 369 Mary Street, Wiarton, ON N0H 2T0
Phone: (519) 534-1260, Extension 5612
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