Hospices in eastern ontario - INTERACTIVE MAP
HOSPICE: a place where physical, emotional and spiritual supports are provided in a peaceful homelike setting, with a focus on pain and symptom management and quality of life.
HOSPICE WITH BEDS: a hospice that has beds where a person can stay.
PALLIATIVE CARE UNIT: The palliative care unit at the Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital in Ottawa provides care to patients and families requiring in-hospital care. Patients may be admitted for a short period of time to manage difficult pain and symptoms, and will be discharged once these needs are met. Other patients may be admitted for care at the end-of-life when their care needs cannot be met in other settings.
HOME & COMMUNITY CARE COORDINATORS
It is important for patients to connect with a Home and Community Care Coordinator. Patients will have access to more services with a Care Coordinator who can help them develop a care plan that is right for them.
Home and Community Care Champlain (formerly Champlain LHIN) is connected to every part of the healthcare system in Ontario and can service patients as a single point of contact in obtaining services and information.
Phone: (613) 310-2222
Toll Free: (1-800) 538-0520
If you need help navigating the hospice palliative care system, visit: Navigating the healthcare system checklist.
Hospices in Eastern Ontario
A star* indicates that the hospice has beds where a person can stay.
education and support
Champlain Community Support Network
Find and book community health referrals online for Respite Care, Personal Support Services, Residential Hospice Care, Hospice Day Programs, Counselling, Rides and Transportation.
Champlain Health Line
The Champlain Health Line helps residents in the Champlain region better navigate the health care system, giving up-to-date information about accessing services both in the home and community.
The portal provides information by topic, including healthy aging, chronic disease management, women's health, mental illness, end of life and others.
Grief and Bereavement Support
These services involve referrals to qualified mental health professionals such as bereavement counsellors, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, and in some cases trained bereavement volunteers. Services may include individual, family or group counselling.
This refers to interaction with volunteers through in-person, telephone or on-line support; peer matching programs; home visits; social events; information sessions and support groups:
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