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Our mission is to strive towards achieving comfort and peace for persons across Saskatchewan living and dying with a terminal illness.
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SHPCA Jan 17
“Sharing our stories and talking about death — which is, after all, a universal human experience — may also help us be better prepared for our inevitable end of life. The Reflection Room...
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Grieving Before A Death: Understanding Anticipatory Grief
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U of S doctor-in-training revives Air Canada passenger with no pulse
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5 Reasons Thinking About Death Will Make Your Life Better
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SHPCA Jan 13
-« When I was in my thirties, my brothers and I cared for our mother throughout her stage 4 breast cancer diagnosis. It’s not a role I was expecting to...
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Surprise, You’re Going to Be a Caregiver - Part I | The Order of the Good Death
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SHPCA Jan 11
“Taking care of another whole, grown-up human being can be overwhelming and it may be tempting to put tasks off and just address them as they come up. But caregiving can be as unpredictable as...
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SHPCA Jan 9
Caregivers who provide care to a critically ill or injured adult family member now have access to a new family caregiver benefit for up to 15 weeks. This helps more...
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