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Bereavement and Grief Workshop

We all face loss, eventually.

This free workshop is for:
•People who are coping with grief and loss; and
•Support People (i.e. friends, co-workers, family, and/or healthcare providers).

Where and WHEN:

2019 Dates (to register online click on the desired date below):
Camrose: Oct 4 - Camrose Public Library
Sedgewick: Oct 26 - Flagstaff County Office

Cost: Free (pre-registration required)
Workshops run 9:30 am - 3:30 pm


Participants will learn:
•  How to be a companion/grief helper to someone who has experienced a loss
• The importance of integrating loss into our own lives first;
• That everyone's grief journey is unique & that we all grieve differently
• How to recognize signs of complicated grief
• How to access appropriate community resources

To receive more information, or to register by phone, please phone HSCD at (780) 608-0636 or email camrosehospice@gmail.com
Space is limited. 
Consider the conversation

Exploring Death Through Film

Film: Consider the Conversation
November 5th
Location: 5415-49 ave (Hospice Offices)
7:00-9:00 pm
Park on the south side, enter on the lower level. (ring the doorbell if the door is locked)

Join us for another film in our Exploring Death Through Film series.

Consider the Conversation: A Documentary on a Taboo Subject provides a 360-degree view on end-of-life care. It features the perspectives of three terminally ill patients in their 50’s and the professionals who typically care for these kinds of people – doctors, nurses, social workers and clergy – as well as several leading national experts. Consider the Conversation does not provide the viewer with any particular answer – it’s not a hospice film, for example, and it’s certainly not a film that advocates for physician assisted death. Instead, it provides something far more important than an answer – some of the questions we all need to think about and answer for ourselves.

As such, Consider the Conversation aligns beautifully with the concept of advance care planning which is all about the process of talking with patients about their end-of-life wishes, documenting them, and aligning care with those wishes when push comes to shove.

Click Here to Watch the Trailer
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Child-Grief Support Training

This is a clinical workshop intended for:

Teachers, support workers, counsellors, social workers, psychologists, and others working in professional roles with children and youth.

This workshop is appropriate for Beginner and Intermediate levels of practice. Qualifies for six (6) Continuing Education Category “A” Credits.

In This 2-day Course You Will Learn:
  • To recognize and contrast grief models.
  • To describe grief in the developmental and social context.
  • To identify the factors that influence grief reactions.
  • To examine ways of supporting children, teens & their families.
  • To examine assessment as a process.
  • To identify and compare interventions for supporting children, teens, and their families.
  • To relate to one’s practice interventions and strategies for providing support through case discussions.

Date: January 23-24, 2020
Time: 9am to 4pm
Location: Rosehaven Care Centre Auditorium,
5303-47 ave, Camrose, AB, Main Doors, East-Side
Cost: $50 (lunch on your own)

To receive more information or to register,
please contact Hospice at 780.608.0636

Click here to register online

Space is limited.

Lights to Remember

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December may be a difficult month for those who are grieving. An empty chair at the table during family gatherings is a poignant reminder of loss, and may activate waves of grief.

As a ritual of support for those who mourn, Lights to Remember is an annual event proudly sponsored by the Hospice Society of Camrose and District.

Each year Hospice provides individuals an opportunity to remember and recognize loved-ones who have died.

This ceremony takes place at the Hospice office in the lower-level of the Mirror Lake Center in Camrose (5415-49 ave, south side).  We join together for an evening of caroling, readings, and a candle lighting ceremony, all gathered around a lovely fire (dress warm).

The event closes as we move indoors to the for refreshments, stories, and conversation.

You are welcome to sponsor a light on our Remembrance Tree  (in front of the Bill Fowler Information Center on 48th Ave) in memory of a loved one. Use our secure server to make your gift online.

Click Here to Donate

When:  TBA
Time: 7pm - 8:30pm
Where: Mirror Lake Center, south side