Who We Are
As a local non-profit society, Prairie Rose Hospice promotes comfort, pain and symptom control, support and hope, and supplies to palliative care individuals being cared for at home and in the Brooks and Bassano hospitals.
As Prairie Rose Hospice, we believe that each day matters. Everyone deserves to be comfortable and to live their lives in dignity. We uphold these hospice values and aim to spread awareness for compassionate, whole-life care.
Prairie Rose Hospice Palliative Care Society is a non-profit charitable society, run by a volunteer board. All monies raised go directly to supporting local hospice palliative care and awareness.
Our ultimate goal is to one day support full hospice and palliative care for Brooks and area in partnership with community resources. Until then, we are committed to educating the public and caregivers about the hospice model of care.
Our Society Objects
To support a structured system in Brooks area for the delivery of quality palliative care to hospice/palliative patients and their families.
To promote care that is specific and ministers to the individual’s physical, spiritual and emotional needs.
To promote care that affirms the individual’s dignity and self-worth.
To offer bereavement education and care for hospice/palliative patients, their families and friends.
To promote educational and awareness about hospice/palliative care.
To support specialized volunteers.
To promote and support establishment of a hospice facility.
To raise funds to achieve the objects of the Society. This includes accepting gifts, donations, grants, legacies, bequests and inheritances.
To use funds of the Society only according to and in pursuit of these objects.
To promote partnership with existing health services, health foundations and other interested organizations while maintaining the Society’s autonomy and integrity.
These Objects were respectfully submitted to Alberta Government with our application to form our Society
under the Societies Act. August 04, 2015