Learning Modules

Advance care planning is making decisions about the care you would want to receive if you become unable to speak for yourself.

Hospice care is designed to give supportive care to people in the final phase of a terminal illness. The focus is on the comfort and quality of life, rather than cure and is often provided at home.

Palliative care is an approach to patient care that improves the quality of life of the patient and their families facing life-threatening illness. The prevention and relief of pain and suffering is the main goal.

Grief and bereavement support is important and available for all age groups when loss or trauma happens.

We believe that every person, including elders, have the right to make choices and to control the decisions in their lives that align with their values.

Respecting the dignity and wishes of an individual after life deserves as much attention and care as any other stage of life.

Comfort care is a type of care that focuses on lowering pain and providing comfort to a person with a serious or long-term (chronic) illness.

Pediatric palliative care, or palliative care for children, is available to children with a serious or long-term (chronic) illness. The goal of pediatric palliative care is to improve the quality of life for children and their families.

Respecting the dignity and wishes of an individual after life deserves as much attention and care as any other stage of life.

 If you live with a disability or a disabling chronic health condition, your condition could worsen, and you may no longer be able to make decisions on your own