Engagement and promotion of advance care planning in Canada.
CBC Radio's Dr. Brian Goldman takes listeners through the swinging doors of hospitals and doctors' offices, behind the curtain where the gurney lies
Kimberly C. Paul chose to leave her dream job in television and film to discover the authentic stories at the bedside of the dying
A volunteer visiting Hospice, Caregiver Support, and Bereavement Support Services, as well as Education and Educational Resources about Hospice Care
A Canadian website for Palliative Care information
(by the Chronic Pain Association of Canada)
Are you ready to know what you don't know about chronic pain? We're shining a light on the good, the bad, and the very ugly about living with pain in Canada.
My Grief Angels
A smartphone grief app with the objective of creating a global community, for people to connect and support one another during difficult times.
An app aimed at promoting well-being through meditation and mindfulness techniques to help cope with grief.
A mobile grief app for young people which gives virtual hugs. Developed by six school girls, the app provides a safe community to share thoughts and memories, as well as grief tips.
Apart of Me
Set in a colorful virtual gaming world, this bereavement app allows children to curate memories and process emotions of their loved ones in a beautiful and engaging way through quests and puzzles
Nino’s Mourning Toolbox
Targeted at children aged four to 12 years old, this interactive story is about a dinosaur whose sister has died.
The grief process is explored through singing, drawing, inventing, speaking, thinking, and listening to help children overcome their loss and understand the death of a family member.