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There Is No Good Card for This
What to Say and Do When Life Is Scary, Awful, and Unfair to People You Love
Book - 2017
Even Vegans Die
A Practical Guide to Caregiving, Acceptance, and Protecting your Legacy of Compassion
Book - 2017
The Bright Hour
A Memoir of Living and Dying
Book - 2017
Coastal Palliative Care | Supportive care, Palliative care and Hospice services for Coastal
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The program includes community services, residential facilities, volunteer programs, the acute palliative care unit at Lions Gate Hospital (7W) and North ...Show more The program includes community services, residential facilities, volunteer programs, the acute palliative care unit at Lions Gate Hospital (7W) and North Shore Hospice. Patients enrolled with the Palliative program have access to various benefits when deemed appropriate by the team. These benefits may include funding for medication, wound care, incontinence supplies, equipment for the home, home support and shift care Nursing. Show less
Death - Province of British Columbia
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This section contains a helpful checklist on what to do when someone dies and contains information on death registrations and certificates. Find out how to register a death in British Columbia, order a death certificate or change a death record. This section contains a helpful checklist on what to do when someone dies and contains information on death registrations and certificates. Find out how to register a death in British Columbia, order a death certificate or change a death record. Show less
Medical Assistance in Dying - Province of British Columbia
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Medical assistance in dying provides patients, who may be experiencing intolerable suffering due to a grievous and irremediable (incurable) medical condition, the option to end their life with the assistance of a doctor or nurse practitioner. Medical assistance in dying provides patients, who may be experiencing intolerable suffering due to a grievous and irremediable (incurable) medical condition, the option to end their life with the assistance of a doctor or nurse practitioner. Show less
What to Do When Someone Dies - Province of British Columbia
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After someone dies, the people left behind are faced with a wide range of tasks to close the affairs of the deceased. Addressing these tasks is also requi...Show more After someone dies, the people left behind are faced with a wide range of tasks to close the affairs of the deceased. Addressing these tasks is also required to access the assets of the deceased, receive financial and non-financial assistance, cancel payments and reduce the risk of identify fraud. This document will help you understand who you need to notify, what documentation you need, and what services and benefits may be available to you. Show less
North Shore Hospice
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The North Shore Hospice & Palliative Project funds innovative care programs for palliative patients and provides assistance to palliative patients and their families. The North Shore Hospice & Palliative Project funds innovative care programs for palliative patients and provides assistance to palliative patients and their families. Show less
The Paul Sugar Palliative Support Foundation
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The Paul Sugar Palliative Support Foundation was established to provide support and assistance to those individuals living with and dying from an advanced illness as well as to their families and other caregivers. The Paul Sugar Palliative Support Foundation was established to provide support and assistance to those individuals living with and dying from an advanced illness as well as to their families and other caregivers. Show less
Canadian Virtual Hospice
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Information and support on palliative and end-of-life care, loss and grief. Our team of experts can answer your questions about life-threatening illness and loss. Information and support on palliative and end-of-life care, loss and grief. Our team of experts can answer your questions about life-threatening illness and loss. Show less
Dying With Dignity
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Dying With Dignity Canada is the national human-rights charity committed to improving quality of dying, protecting end-of-life rights, and helping Canadians avoid unwanted suffering. Dying With Dignity Canada is the national human-rights charity committed to improving quality of dying, protecting end-of-life rights, and helping Canadians avoid unwanted suffering. Show less
Death
An Oral History
Book - 2016
On Living
Book - 2016
The Consolations of Mortality
Making Sense of Death
Book - 2016
A Good Death
Making the Most of Our Final Choices
Book - 2016
Music of Remembrance
40 Selections for Funerals, Memorial Services & Other Solemn Occasions: Piano Solo
Book - 2015
Love your Life to Death
How to Plan and Prepare for End of Life So You Can Live Fully Now
Book - 2015
The Worm at the Core
On the Role of Death in Life
Book - 2015
The Conversation
A Revolutionary Plan for End-of-life Care
Book - 2015
Die Wise
A Manifesto for Sanity and Soul
Book - 2015
Death Makes Life Possible
Revolutionary Insights on Living, Dying, and the Continuation of Consciousness
Book - 2015
Smoke Gets in your Eyes
& Other Lessons From the Crematory
Large Print - 2015
The Death Class
A True Story About Life
Book - 2014
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