100 Mile District Hospice Palliative Care Society

Overview of programs and Services: 
Free service that includes:
companioning,
social, emotional, and spiritual support
respite care
family support
anticipatory grief support
bereavement support
advocacy
Hospice / palliative care resources and information
books, DVDs lending library
referral support
lending of specialized equipment
stress reduction techniques
advanced care planning
bereavement support for family
grief groups
community education
palliative care suit

What languages are your services offered in?:
English
Some German and Dutch

Is your program designated as a hospice palliative care program/service?:
Yes

What population of hospice palliative care patients/clients does your program/service currently serve?:
Adults

What are your admission/referral criteria?:
Referrals are accepted from physicians, family members or self referrals. Most referrals come from the Palliative Care Team.

Your hospice palliative care program/service provides support and/or care for the following:
Cancer
Cardiovascular Disease
Infectious Diseases (ie HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis-C)
Neurological Disorders
Renal Disease
Respiratory Disease
Care for all conditions
Anticipatory Grief and Bereavement
Emotional/Spiritual Support

How would you answer the following question if asked by a patient, client, resident and/or family? "What can you do for me?":
Hospice can offer emotional, social and spiritual support through the services of trained Hospice Volunteers. We can lend specialized pressure reduction mattresses and other palliative care equipment for home or facility use. Hospice has an extensive lending library of book, DVDs and other resources that can be borrowed. Anticipatory grief information packages for individuals living with life threatening illnesses and those who love them. We offer Advanced Care Planning information and support.
Hospice can offer stress reduction for patient and families. We have a palliative care suite where client and family can have the time that is left to them together. The Hospice Program also offers bereavement support for loved ones through specialized information packages, one on one volunteer support and grief groups.

Contact Information

Address:
555 Ceder Ave Bag 399
100 Mile House,  British Columbia
V0K 2E0
Contact Name: Tracy Haddow
Phone: 250-395-7680
Fax: 
 

Categories:

Acute Care Hospital
Dedicated Hospice Palliative Care Unit
Home
Non-profit Organization / Health Charity
Nursing Home or skilled Nursing Facility
Out-Patient Clinic
Private Clinic
Residential Hospice
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