“Palliative care isn’t only about managing symptoms and making people physically comfortable. It’s about closeness and humanity. It’s about helping families through the hardest days of their lives,” says Victoria Hospice Medical Director Dr. Amy Tan.
News from the bereavement services frontline at Victoria Hospice. When we think about the death of a loved one, most of us picture ourselves at their bedside. We want to be there with our loving presence to comfort and reassure them.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (VICTORIA – April 26, 2021) – On Sunday, May 2nd, join Victoria Hospice supporters in a gift box reveal event that celebrates fashion and compassion. Purchase of a fundraising Kit for Compassion gift box admits you to the virtual event. Guaranteed to inspire self-compassion through style, taste and the senses, Kits for […]
Read more about how our amazing volunteers are staying connected and the sharing of a very special message for them.
Ensuring our wishes and values for our future health care starts simply, with a conversation. On Friday, April 16th, the Vancouver Island Federation of Hospices (VIFOH) will host experts from across Vancouver Island to help individuals take the first step in Advance Care Planning.