Your Stories

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What Rotary Hospice means to me

“Communities bring love and hope, even in the most challenging of times”

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Cared for like family

“Remembering our neighbours Jack and Alveretta Henderson”

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Val’s Story: What Hospice means to me

“ I count it a privilege that families entrust their loved ones to us”

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“We love and miss our volunteers!”

Rotary Hospice is fortunate to have 130 amazingly talented and caring trained volunteers.

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Our family's experience

“it was like a little piece of heaven”

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Making every day count

“It is never easy to say good-bye to a loved one”

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A Letter from Mom

A mom’s hug lasts long after she lets go

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“On June 6, our Family will Hike for Hospice”

On Nov 28, 2019, Dad had a seizure. It was a turning point for our family.

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Paying it forward

“I knew immediately that I wanted to be a part of Rotary Hospice”

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Thank you

“Thank you for looking after all of us”

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“You deserve to be well looked after”

It was the best decision; we all felt embraced in care.

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“Finding my calling”

My name is Helene and I am very proud to say I am a Personal Support Worker (PSW).