Grief & Bereavement Education Opportunities

Beyond the Stethoscope: Grief & Bereavement

Join our guest speakers, Nicole Johnstone, Mundell Funeral Home, and Susan McCoy, Bereavement Ontario Network, along with Louise Brazier, Bereavement Services Coordinator and Daniela Accomando, Visiting Hospice Coordinator and Social Worker, as we discuss Grief & Bereavement and how the global pandemic has affected how we cope.  Click on the play button below to listen to the podcast.


Death over Dinner!

The ritual of breaking bread with others creates connections and is universal to all of humanity.  Throughout history, conversations held over the dinner table have led to some of the greatest artistic endeavours and political revolutions that have ever witnessed. Death over Dinner provides a safe space to explore your fears, thoughts and feelings about death and end-of-life care.  It is now a global movement with more than 100 000 events worldwide.  We look forward to having you join us over dinner.

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This Bereavement 101: Basics of Grief and Bereavement presentation will be self reflective for the participant and explore ways to support those who are grieving a loss with practical tips around listening and what not to say. We’ll talk about how comfortable (or rather uncomfortable) we are as a society around death and dying and touch briefly on some grief theories. We’ll talk about the importance of self care as the helper too. We will also highlight when it might be good to refer into bereavement services.