Hospice Launches 2 NEW Workplace Education Programs with LAE

​We are pleased to announce we will be offering 2 NEW Hospice Workplace Education program with Serena Lewis in Spring of 2018.

New Program 1 – Leading the Process of a Palliative Approach to Care

Prerequisites:

You have completed Level 1 (End of Life Communications).
You work in a supervisory, managerial, or leadership role.

A partnership with the Department of Labour and Advanced Education, this 40 hour program – Leading the Process of a Palliative Approach to Care – is FREE of charge for working Nova Scotians.

When? Dates: Tuesdays, May 15th – June 19th 2018
What time? 8:30am – 3:30pm.
Where? Truro, NS. Location TBD.

This program is limited to 12 participants, so please register early!
CLICK HERE to download PDF with program details.

Those interested in participating can email cjohnson@cehhopsice.org for an application – or – phone 902-893-3265.
*Please mention the name of the program in your email.

New Program 2 – Strengthening the Voice of Compassionate Communications

If you’ve taken End of Life Communications with Serena Lewis, and you would like to continue building on the skills acquired in that program, then this course is for you!

A partnership with the Department of Labour and Advanced Education, this 40 hour program – Strengthening the Voice of Compassionate Communications – is FREE of charge for working Nova Scotians.

When? Dates: Wednesdays, May 16th – June 20th 2018
What time? 8:30am – 3:30pm.
Where? Truro, NS. Location TBD.

This program is limited to 12 participants, so please register early!

CLICK HERE to download PDF with program details.

Those interested in participating can email cjohnson@cehhopsice.org for an application – or – phone 902-893-3265.
*Please mention the name of the program in your email.

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OR if you haven't signed up yet, it's not too late! Visit cehhospice.org/bucket-list-50-50/ for all of the details.
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We asked Colchester East Hants Hospice Society Social Worker – specializing in Grief & Bereavement Support for Children & Youth – Laura McNutt: Why is Hospice important to you?

"Through working with children and youth in various capacities, I recognized that there is a need for more grief support with this demographic. When I was provided the opportunity to help children and youth in my own hometown of Truro with grief and bereavement programming, I couldn’t resist.

Experiencing grief at any stage in life is very difficult for individuals and families, and having that extra support is often important to them. My goal is to provide children and youth who are experiencing grief, healthy ways of coping with their loss in a positive, comfortable environment."

Laura started at Hospice Monday, July 8 and she will be working to develop new programs for the Fall.
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Did you know!? ... This year, Hospice Society staff and volunteers helped with planting flowers on the beautiful Palliative Care Unit patio thanks to a generous donation and expertise provided from Lowland Gardens.

Though we operate as separate organizations, we value the partnership we have with the Colchester East Hants Health Centre Palliative Care Unit, with important projects like this one.
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It is a ROLLOVER WEEK for our Hospice Bucket List 50/50 draw! That means this week's number – 724 – was NOT played. Next week's winnings are estimated to be $300!

Thank you to all participants for your continued support...

It's not too late to SIGN UP – Find out everything you need to know at cehhospice.org/bucket-list-50-50/.
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We grabbed this screenshot from our video with @trurobuzz to remind you to PLAY YOUR TOONIE by 12:00 pm Wednesday to enter this week's Hospice Bucket List 50/50!
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We asked Colchester East Hants Hospice Society Social Worker – specializing in Grief & Bereavement Support for Children & Youth – Laura McNutt: Why is Hospice important to you?
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"Through working with children and youth in various capacities, I recognize… https://t.co/nhoryNW6ca

Did you know!? ... This year, Hospice Society staff and volunteers helped with planting flowers on the beautiful Palliative Care Unit patio thanks to a generous donation and expertise provided from Lowland Gardens.
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Though we operate as separate organiz… https://t.co/U45RwCGNGp

It is a ROLLOVER WEEK for our Hospice Bucket List 50/50 draw! That means this week's number – 724 – was NOT played. Next week's winnings are estimated to be $300!
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Thank you to all participants for your continued support...
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It's not too late to SIGN U… https://t.co/oH34O2cFsm

Why Hospice? | Meet long time supporter of the Colchester East Hants Hospice Society, Martha Ferguson. .
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