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When you are grieving it helps to know what to expect. Although your grief is unique to your relationship with the person who died, there are some common themes and they are explored in this pamphlet.
The information in this booklet is offered as a guideline to help you anticipate and understand the changing needs of your children and teens after a death.
In this booklet, you will learn how experts describe the grieving process, or the journey of grief. You will learn what experts feel is expected grieving and what is expected complicated grieving.
This practical guide explains what happens at the end of life. It gives information about issues such as choosing where to be looked after, sorting out unfinished business, getting financial help, who can help if you are being cared for at home. It also includes information for your family and...
This guide explains the changes you can expect near death: physical, as well as emotional, spiritual and mental changes.
Should a palliative patient experience an unexpected event while at home during, after hours*, , in-home support is available through Island EMS. By calling 9-1-1, trained paramedics will help provide care and support to you or your loved one at home. Island EMS paramedics are trained in palliative...
This brochure provides information about the Provincial Integrated Palliative Care Program.
Information about the Provincial Home Care Program in Prince Edward Island.
This booklet provides helpful questions and answers about Advance Care Planning.