Jewish Family and Child Service of Greater Toronto

 

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Jewish Hospice is a program of compassionate home-centered care that addresses the suffering of people coping with a life threatening illness, and provides support to their families.  The program addresses the many psychological, social and spiritual concerns that accompany such an illness with the goal of improving the patient's quality of life. The Jewish Hospice Program is an interagency partnership of Jewish Family and Child, UJA Federation, Circle of Care, Mount Sinai Hospital (Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care) and Baycrest.

What are your admission/referral criteria?

  • In home program
  • Life threatening /palliative diagnosis
  • Jewish clients

How would you answer the following question if asked by a patient, client, resident and/or family?

“What can you do for me?”


The Jewish Hospice Program is a home centered program where clients are able to choose from the services offered.  These services include individual/family support and counseling, linking to community resources, spiritual care, and volunteer visiting which is offered through a partner agency.

 

Staff/Service

By Dedicated Staff

Upon Request

In Program/Service

In Home

Animal Therapists

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Art Therapists

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Bereavement

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Coordinators

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Bereavement Support

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Child and Youth

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Coordinator/Counselor

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Clinical Counselors

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Complementary Therapists

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Complementary Therapies

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Day Program

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Dietitians

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Education

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Educational Coordinators

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Grief Group Facilitator

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Home Consultation Services

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Home Support (Homemaking)

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Inpatient Consultation

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Inpatient Facility (PCU)

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Music Therapists

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Nurses

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Nursing Visits

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Occupational Therapists

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Outpatient Clinics

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Personal Support Workers

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Pain & Symptom Management

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Pharmacists  

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Physicians

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Physician Visits

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Physiotherapists

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Psychologists

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Quick Response / Emergency Response Research

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Respiratory Therapists

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Respite Care

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Social Workers

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Social Work Counseling

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Speech / Language Therapists

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Spiritual / Pastoral Support

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Volunteer Coordinators

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Volunteer Support

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Other: Volunteers

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