Prairie Rose Hospice Palliative Care Society will be presenting an online non-denominational Memorial Service in memory of the loss of your loved one(s) who passed away between January 1st, 2021 and June 30th, 2021. The names of the honorees were copied from the Obituaries published in the Brooks Bulletin.
Please join us in lighting a candle, at your home, in honor of the loss of loved ones in our community and facilities. Watch the full service here:
We will be streaming live on Facebook@Newell Christian Community.
Please pass this date and link onto your family and friends for the online service. It will be saved to view afterwards at any time.
The AHPCA team is excited to announce that REGISTRATION FOR AHPCA ROADSHOW IS OPEN! Please distribute this email to anybody who may be interested. A PDF poster is attached if you would like to share on your website.
Six evening sessions with six different topics are available to you from the comfort of your home.
All are welcome to join the Roadshow on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7 – 8:30 pm on Zoom.
Alternatively, build your own Roadshow experience by choosing from the following sessions:
MAY 5 – Complicated Pandemic Grief
People have experienced so many pandemic losses in addition to death. Blair Collins, Grief Counsellor, will talk about the need to acknowledge these additional losses during our grief journeys now. Full details and registration.
MAY 6 – This is Your Brain on Grief
Learn steps you can take to prevent physical, emotional and mental damage during this stress-filled and isolating pandemic. Rick Bergh, Bereavement Educator, will teach six interventions you can begin using today. Full details and registration.
MAY 12 – Normalizing Pandemic Caregiver Grief
Darrin Parkin, Spiritual Care Clinician, will share his personal frontline hopital pandemic experience. Caregiver grief reactions are normal and must be recognized. Full details and registration.
MAY 13 – The Isolated Brain and What It Needs
How do we combat the social isolation and loneliness of the pandemic? Erica Phare-Bergh, Choir Director for those with memory loss, will lead us in 90 minutes of social singing super-stimulus for our brains. Full details and registration.
MAY 19 – How the Pandemic Has Challenged Our Idea of a Good Death
The pandemic has shaken our cultural myth of a “good death”: a pain-free, peaceful death surrounded by loved ones. Blair Collins, Grief Counsellor, invites you to reflect on your own myth and how the pandemic has impacted your ability to journey with someone at the end of life. Full details and registration.
MAY 20 – Death Ed. – Grief & Loss Education
Jeremy Allen, licensed funeral director/embalmer, better prepares us to walk alongside others during times of grief and loss. Full details and registration.
We look forward to seeing you at AHPCA’s Roadshow Spring 2021!
In light of these difficult times, we would like to invite you to attend a free, nation-wide webinar series as both thanks for all your hard work, and a way to help you move forward in the coming months.
This non-denominational service is in honor of the loss of the loved family and friends in our community. To ensure your loved one is recognized, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org giving us name and date of passing.
Next Fall Virtual Memorial Service will be Sept. 19th, 2021 2:00 p.m.
SEPTEMBER 07, 2019 Saturday LOCATION: CENTENNIAL REGIONAL ARENA
GUESTS OF THE BROOKS SHINE AND SHOW EVENT
Entry: Minimum of $100.00 per team INCOME TAX RECEIPTS WILL BE ISSUED
Team name: ___________________________________________Participant_________________________________________________________________________
CONTACTS: Marg Laux 403 362 5663 email@example.com
Rose-Marie Anderson 403 793 7105 Rose-M1@telus.net
Prairie Rose Hospice Palliative Care Society is looking for teams to compete in a BED RACE on September 07, 11:30-1:30 at the CRA during the Brooks Show and Shine Event.
We challenge you to come up with a team of four, to “race” these beds in front of the Main Entrance to the CRA, two at a time in a TIMED competition. Guaranteed to run two heats.
To enter you need four able bodied, hard running, individuals, wearing their own distinctive attire, and have filled the team pledge sheet to a minimum of $100.00.
Though no “humans” can be in the stretchers, feel free to bring your own “mascot”.
Challenge another company, another department, another club or group of friends. Come for the fun and run for our palliative care patients in our communities. The more pledges you get, the more we can do for our communities.
Prizes for the winning teams
RUN FOR A GREAT CAUSE!!!! Your Support is appreciated.
PrairieRose Hospice Palliative Care Society first full day Lecture Series conference May 4th, 2018 focused on what excellent resources people – caregivers and medical staff can access online. Where to find information to help loved ones and clients understand their life-threatening, progressive and/or terminal illness. Palliative Care is about Life and Each day Matters. It is important to teach people how to live no matter what is around the corner for them focus on their own Legacy of Life.
Thank you to the presenters Ogechi Asagwara Virtual Hospice; Carrie Huckerby Recreation Therapy; Pastor John Thiess, Rayne Johnson Midwife for the dying and attendees – each helped make the education day such a success.
Thank you to John Petrie – radio station advertising; Sandra Stanway – Brooks Bulletin advertising; Colleen and Chelsey Bolt for their donation of clear bags with our logo for handouts; Cindy Young for door prizes with winners Anita Almass and Carol Jasperson; Deb from The Heritage; Duchess Mennonite Church Quilting ladies for the lap quilt we raffled. Congratulations to Ian Betters of Brooks for winning the lap quilt.