We believe each client should be seen and heard as a person, not as an illness. Your individual needs will determine the type of assistance you receive, whether you are home, in hospital or in long-term care.
Hospice Northwest believes in offering support with dignity, so that you can make every moment matter. This support is available to people who are ill, their caregivers and those who have experienced the death of a loved one.
It’s very simple to request our services. Clients or family members can find out more about our services by calling (807) 626-5570, or by completing our online referral form
A few years ago, after my training with Hospice Northwest was over, I was paired with my first client in Long Term Care. I had a wonderful experience with that client and now I can’t imagine working w… Read more
Many residents in Pinewood Court that are at the end-of-life stage have received gentle visits from the Hospice Northwest volunteers. The partnership between the two organizations started in August 20… Read more
My wife and I utilized Hospice Northwest services for eleven months when she was suffering with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) at home. We were supported by two volunteers, each of whom came in to our hom… Read more
I was invited to participate in a small, closely structured grief support group by Hospice Northwest about 4 months after losing my wife. This invitation came at a difficult time in my period of griev… Read more
Mom was diagnosed with lung cancer in December 2002 and began chemo in January of 2003. It was at the Cancer Centre that we first heard about Circle of Friends being offered through Hospice Northwest.… Read more
Our wonderful volunteer Amanda taught us so much. In the nursing home she introduced my Mother and us to musical toys that sang and danced. My Mother received great joy from these and we realize that … Read more
When your world has been unexpectedly turned upside down with a life-threatening diagnosis, the new world of medical appointments, tests and procedures presents a harsh, cold reality.
Family and friend… Read more
To serve each other, to respect each other, to trust each other, to honour each other, to love each other, to cooperate with each other, to care for each other, to forgive one another, to focus on peo… Read more
I would say that Circle of Friends helped me find a semblance of “peace of mind” and courage to carry on since my prognosis was never good and after many chemo sessions and lung surgery and sepsis att… Read more
My Hospice Northwest volunteer has been through many illnesses with me, from insulin reactions, laser surgery to my eyes, fractured ankle, to an amputation.
She has traveled with me to an out-of-town d… Read more