I believe community events allow us to learn & heal together.
There are some who say that successful living and aging includes active engagement in life with the active engagement, besides exercise and positivity, being engaged with others. Loving and friendly relationships are critical as we age and especially when we are confronting life-limiting illness and/or grief & bereavement. Communal healing can have a beautiful and lasting impact. Together we can make a difference in our own life and in the lives of others.
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One of our favourite services is our Free Community Information Sessions. These gatherings provide a variety of benefits and are primarily offered to support learning around the value of your legacy story, death & dying, palliative care and much more.
Another free event is the Goodbye Story Café. We've had wonderful success with our storytelling series and will be continuing the series - to run every 3-4 months. The Goodbye Story Café is a themed event.
STAY TUNED FOR MORE EXCITING WORKSHOPS AND INFORMATION SESSIONS COMING UP.
All events are currently taking place online/Zoom.
We hope you will join us for our upcoming information sessions, workshops or storytelling features.
Stay tuned for upcoming Special Events as we navigate from virtual sessions to both in-person and virtual.
Thank you for your ongoing interest and support.
January 25, 2022 - on Zoom
"It Happens: Let's Talk About Death"
Our cafe conversation session took place virtually with hosts Sue Phillips and Anne Reid. These cafes are loosely based on the Death Cafe model developed by Jon Underwood, who is considered by many to be a hero in the movement to reclaim community deathcare.
As End of LIfe Doulas,we are very committed to providing safe spaces for people to explore their thoughts and feelings on death and grief and remain grateful for the guidance provided by the work of Underwood and others.
February 10, 2022 - on Zoom
The Goodbye Story Cafe - Love Session
Or storytellers brought beautiful tales of love and loss and included a story of pet loss. We are all stories and we are all storytellers. These themed sessions are meant to offer an open, accessible, safe space for sharing our experiences.
The Goodbye Story Cafe runs every 3-4 months. If you are interested in joining us as a listener or storyteller please contact Sue at: email@example.com
Is it possible we are entering into a safer space for sharing our experiences in person? I am optimistic and so look forward to hugs and shared in-person space. Gratitude - Day 52/365
Monthly Highlight Resources
University of Guelph for pet loss resources https://pettrust.uoguelph.ca/petlossresources
Pets at Peace (Toronto and Orillia location) https://www.petsatpeace.ca/
Niagara and Hamilton area in-home vet service and end-of-life https://pehn.ca/