Here are some videos that may help you better understand what hospice palliative care may do for your or your loved one.
Champlain Community Care Access Centre
Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) exist in all 14 Local Health Integration Networks in Ontario. Community Care Access Centres coordinate services for seniors, people with disabilities and people who need health care services to help them live independently in the community. Staff at the centres provide information and coordinate professional, personal support and homemaking services for people living in their own homes, and for school children with special needs. CCACs also determine eligibility and make arrangements for admission to some day programs, supportive housing/assisted living programs, and to certain chronic care and rehabilitation beds, and to all long-term care facilities.
Sharon Carstairs on Hospice Palliative Care
Senator Carstairs shares stories from her 15 years spent advocating for quality end-of-life care.
Larry Librach on Hospice Palliative Care
Dr. Larry Librach (1946-2013), a Canadian pioneer in hospice palliative care, speaks candidly about his own journey with terminal cancer in 2013.
Options When Treatment Fail
As part of the “You’ve got cancer, now what?” series, Canada AM Interviews Hospice Toronto’s Dena Maule and Dr. Gary Rodin from Princess Margaret Hospital about palliative care.
St. Joseph’s Hospice of Sarnia Lambton: Palliative Care Video–Linda’s Legacy
The information presented and views expressed in these videos represent the views of the interviewees, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Hospice Palliative Care Ontario.