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Organization: Dundas County Hospice  
Phone Numbers: 613-535-2215
Fax: 613-535-1749
Email: info@dundascountyhospice.ca
Website: www.dundascountyhospice.ca
Address:
Box 278
Williamsburg, ON
K0C 2H0
Street
Address
:
4353 County Rd 31
Williamsburg
 
Intersection: County Rd 31 and County Rd 18
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri, Day Hospice Program Wed 10 am-2 pm
Executives: Linda Johnson - Director of Client Services
Lisa Casselman - Executive Director
Service Description: Volunteer Program: Trained, screened, supervised volunteers to sit with clients in their homes * companionship for clients and respite for caregivers

Day Hospice Program: Discussions, music, yoga, crafts, games, puzzles, pet therapies, meditation and occasional outings * nutritious lunch and snacks provided * transportation can be arranged

Equipment Loan Program: Short-term and long-term loan of equipment such as electric lift chairs, walkers, wheelchairs, bath seats, raised toilet seats, etc. * Soft supplies such as: sheepskin, bed pads, etc.

Complementary Therapies: In-home foot care, massage, etc. for less mobile clients

Caregiver Support: Support for caregivers in a group setting, or one-on-one with volunteers or staff * also connecting with other helpful community resources

Bereavement Support: Comfort and support for grieving family and friends, one-on-one with volunteers or staff, also connecting with other helpful community resources

Volunteer Hospice Palliative Care Course: offered on-line. Designed for those interested in becoming a Hospice volunteer.

Library of Resources: A variety of books and resources touching on a number of relevant topics available for borrowing

Fees: None
Application: Call for more information
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: No restrictions
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
North Dundas ; South Dundas  
See Also: Bereavement
Community Support Services
In-Home Hospice Care

This information was last completely updated on February 5, 2017

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