JoAnne Wright has served as a volunteer for the past eight years. She has volunteered as a kitchen angel preparing meals for patients and families. In the Hospice Georgian Triangle kitchen, she shares her talents in making delicious and comforting meals. She also shares her warm, friendly, and colourful personality [...]
Join us on Thursday, December 15th from 1pm-3pm at our Holiday Social for Widows and Widowers. Campbell House, 240 Erie Street, Collingwood Light Refreshments will be provided Please RSVP to Vanessa firstname.lastname@example.org 705-444-2555 ext. 7513
Grief counseling and support groups now available at Hospice Georgian Triangle Have you lost a loved one to a substance-related death? If so, a grief support group run by Hospice Georgian Triangle may help. This free, special six-week group session runs from 10 to 11:30 a.m. and offers a safe [...]
HPCO Accreditation gives assurance to individuals receiving care, partners, donors, and volunteers that HGT follows industry standards and has been recognized based on a rigorous review of operations and performance by industry peers.
If we are old enough to love, we are old enough to grieve.
This new office aims to reach people earlier in their journey through palliative care.
Hospice Georgian Triangle offers a palliative respite care program aimed to keep people out of emergency rooms and to support caregivers struggling with burn out from providing care to their loved ones 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
I chose to be a PSW as I have always been interested in palliative care. In the 1980’s I spent time with friends who were at Casey House hospice in Toronto. Casey House was dedicated to men who had AIDS and whose families rejected them because they were opposed to their lifestyle.
My Father and uncle were both polio survivors and both had long lasting effects. From a young age I always wanted to be nurse.