The health, safety and well-being of our clients, residents, visitors, volunteers and staff are of the utmost importance to us. Hospice Simcoe is very closely following the emergence and development of COVID-19 pandemic.
Hospice Simcoe is here to provide support. We are adapting to this new normal and are finding new and different ways to continue supporting our community.
Our Community Programs are up and running as we move to virtual/online and phone support. We are continuing to provide one-to-one and group bereavement support, working together with our volunteers and clients.
Our Residential Program will remain open with continued precautionary measures. We are restricting visitors to our residence but working hard to support and care for our residents and their families through this journey.
Stay in touch with us. We will continue to provide updates on our social media about what programs we are offering and how we are moving forward at this time.
Please call us for support: 705-725-1140
We are all in this together and it is important to be here and take care of one another.
I cannot stress enough to please practice hand hygiene, cough etiquette, stay home if ill, follow travel advisories and stay informed. Thank you for your ongoing dedication, understanding and cooperation during these turbulent times.
If you have any questions, please call our residence at 705-722-5995.
Kelly Hubbard, Executive Director
We ease the pain by providing compassionate care and support to the dying and the bereaved in Simcoe County.
For the dying and the bereaved, Hospice Simcoe provides compassionate, expert care and services to ease the pain – before, during and after their journey.
Hospice palliative care is aimed at relieving suffering and improving the quality of life for persons who are living with, or dying from, advanced illness or are bereaved. This care includes pain and symptom management in conjunction with social, psychological, spiritual and practical support.
Support is available from the initial diagnosis of the illness for as long as support is required. Most clients come to us after receiving a cancer diagnosis but our supports are available for anyone living with any life threatening illness. This includes, but is not limited to HIV/AIDS, end-stage lung, kidney or heart disease, ALS and advanced neurological conditions.