Events & Programs

The Cochrane and Area Hospice Society delivers, collaborates and presents information on a variety of events and programs and resources to raise awareness in support of the end-of-life journey.

Up and Coming Events & Programs 2020

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2020 Hike for Hospice

In response to the present physical distancing requirements in Alberta, the May 10, 2020 Hike for Hospice will become a virtual expereince that will take place throughout the month of May 2020! We look forward to seeing you get involved (Virtually!)

Everyone can support the Hike for Hospice!

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Walking Through Grief and Loss Support Walk

'Walking in nature is therapy for the body and soul" - Unknown


If you have any questions about the Support Walk please email: info@cochranehospicesociety.ca

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2020 Alberta Hospice Palliative Care Association Roadshow


AHPCA Roadshow 2020 Postponed to Spring 2021

Statement

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, AHPCA Board and staff have made the decision to postpone the 2020 AHPCA Roadshow until Spring 2021. The Roadshow was scheduled to run from April 29, 2020 to May 13, 2020 in five locations around Alberta.

In consultation with our five community hosts, in 2021 the AHPCA Roadshow will visit the same locations: High River, Rocky Mountain House, Cochrane, Cold Lake and Westlock. Thank you to our hosts, High River District Health Care Foundation, High River General Hospital, Compassionate Care Society, Cochrane & Area Hospice Society, Cold Lake Palliative Care Society and Westlock & District Palliative Care Society, for their understanding and flexibility during these unusual circumstances.

AHPCA is very grateful to our Roadshow presenters, Blair Collins and Darrin Parkin, for working with us to create a solution to this situation.

We hope that you will consider joining us next spring. New dates for all locations will be announced soon and registration will open again in early 2021. Refunds for Roadshow 2020 registration fees will be made within the coming weeks.

Adversity calls for creative measures. Right now, our team is working on bringing you some timely content in our upcoming Virtual Roadshows this spring. Stay tuned for details!

We will get through this difficult season. Stay safe. Stay healthy. Stay connected.


WHAT is the Roadshow?

It’s a series of full-day educational workshops developed in response to an identified need for palliative care training and development throughout rural Alberta.

The benefits of the AHPCA Roadshow include community building and strengthening through networking, and increased knowledge and skills about issues related to hospice palliative care and other associated fields.



WHO attends the Roadshow?

The AHPCA Roadshow participants include multi-agency professionals, such as nurses, social workers, teachers, complementary therapists, and health care administrators. You’ll also find volunteers, caregivers, patients, families, and interested community members in the Roadshow audiences. Over 3,000 Albertans have attended the AHPCA Roadshow in the past 9 years.

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Hospice Calgary Education and Events: Spring 2020


DYING TO KNOW - VIRTUAL SESSION

May 2020 

In our excitement to get this information out to you quickly we missed an error with the registration link. The link below to sign up for Dying to Know has now been changed. Sign up today!

Dying to Know Virtual Education Session

May 19 - Reflections on Caregiving

Caregiving can be both rewarding and stressful. What have you learned on your journey that you can share with others? Heather Lucier, a COMPASS facilitator, an advocate, and a family caregiver herself will share her experiences and strategies for facing difficult life transitions and developing resiliency.

Your Zoom meeting ID, along with the password, will be sent to you via email as we near the event. Sign up online today!

This program is open to anyone interested in a variety of topics related to death and dying.Hospice Calgary is a not-for-profit organization. Dying to Know sessions are free of charge, however donations in support of this program can be made online. These donations help us to continue to build capacity in our community. 

 

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