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Are you experiencing a loss of autonomy? We invite you to consult the following guide. You will find information on government programs and services for which you may be eligible. The caregivers who support you will also find useful information.
In addition, if your loss of autonomy is related to
Éducaloi’s mission is to inform Quebecers about their legal rights and responsibilities in language that makes the law easy to understand.
Helpful Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) information about monitoring and managing ALS for patients and caregivers.
Getting Started Brochure (PDF)
Text with 9-1-1 is available to you if you are part of the deaf, deafened, hard of hearing or speech impaired (DHHSI) community in Quebec and parts of Canada.
Text with 9-1-1
Advance Care Planning involves talking with others about your wishes and values for your future health care, and deciding on someone to speak on your behalf if you can’t – your mandatary. Access free resources: videos, workbooks/guides, and conversation starters.
ADVANCE CARE PLANNING DAY CAMPAIGN KIT
Canadian Virtual Hospice
MyGrief.ca can help you understand grief and work through some of the difficult issues you may be facing. MyGrief.ca has been developed by a team of national and international grief experts together with people who have experienced significant loss in their own lives. It is not meant to replace professional
The CHPCA is the national voice for Hospice Palliative Care in Canada. Advancing and advocating for quality end-of-life/hospice palliative care in Canada, its work includes public policy, public education and awareness. Established in 1991, its volunteer Board of Directors is composed of hospice palliative care workers and volunteers from Canadian
KidsGrief.ca is a free online resource that helps parents support their children when someone in their life is dying or has died. It equips parents with the words and confidence needed to help children grieve life’s losses in healthy ways.