Hospice palliative care medical services alleviate pain, with an emphasis on comfort and improving life, not curing the disease. Hospice palliative care is an holistic approach. The physical, social, psychological, emotional and spiritual are treated as needed or desired by the patient.
A few thoughts regarding a two-week stay with my wife Marion (Jardine) Andrews - a mother and grandmother - in the An Cala Unit Paliative Care at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital this past August. Ca...
The Society depends on the continued generosity of the community to provide the many services to palliative care patients and their families. It is this sustained community support that makes the pall...
Legacy projects are special gifts created by patients working with the Society's music therapist Jill Murphy. They tell Jill it offers a sense of accomplishment when they are able to compile memories and messages and tie them together with song or voice and visuals.
It is a meaningful and positive project that provides focus for patients often bringing comfort and peace. They want their voices to live on. They want to know that they will not be forgotten.
Maureen Carroll created this beautiful legacy project for her daughter and family members. It was a final gift that ensures her voice and their stories and songs will live on.
The music therapy program would not be possible without community support. Thank You! ... See MoreSee Less
The Parsons family recently made a donation in memory of Robert Parsons. They held a Washer Toss Tournament, raising $525.00, and say they plan on doing it again next year. Thank you all for the generous donation! ❤️
Photo (from left to right): Kristen Parsons, Madison Parsons, Peyton Parsons, Greta Parsons, Sadie Parsons, back row Ann Parson & Kathy Forsey. ... See MoreSee Less