Helpline for those who need support because they have suffered a loss through death. Other languages- Cantonese, Mandarin. Multilingual information available online.
Toll Free: 1-877-779-2223
Are you or a CareGiver you know in need of some helping hands in order to continue coping with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s or a related Dementia? If you answered YES, then we may be for you.
We provide quality In-Home Respite service for the primary CareGivers living with a loved one with Alzheimer’s or a related Dementia.
We have been where you are. We have that intimate knowledge of the needs of the spouses and family members who are providing care for a loved one who is affected by Alzheimer’s or a related Dementia. Our highly-trained Dementia Specialist knows the different challenges of each condition. They’re experienced in helping you and your family cope effectively with the challenges and behaviors that Alzheimer’s or related Dementia care presents on a daily basis.
Servicing Surrey, White Rock, North Delta, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Moody, Maple Ridge.
We are working to expand our focus to include Burnaby, Vancouver and Richmond in the near future.
Provides professional grief counseling to adults and children who have experienced any type of loss. We offer a confidential and supportive environment in which to discuss your concerns. Group sessions are also available.
Provides training for volunteers who wish to offer support to persons with terminal illnesses and their families. Also have grief counselling programs for children, teen and adults as well as one-on-one support, and walking groups.
Provides emotional, practical, and spiritual support to individuals, their family, and friends in the White Rock/ South Surrey area who are facing advanced illness or bereavement. Services include: assessment and referral; individual/group counselling by registered clinical counsellors; children and teen support; children’s day camps; relaxation programs; bereavement walking groups; telephone support; vigil program; emergency response team; a resource library; community outreach and education, and more.