East Shore Hospice

East Shore Hospice is a branch of the Nelson and District Hospice Society. From Riondel to Boswell, we provide practical, emotional and spiritual support to individuals and their loved ones through the stages of dying, death and bereavement. For more information on the services we offer please call Susan at 250-227-9006 or email at eastshorehospice@gmail.com
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East Shore Hospice shared a video.Friday, December 22nd, 2017 at 6:19pm
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Slocan District Chamber of Commerce
Come live, play, and work in paradise on the shores of the beautiful Slocan Lake! Are you a Doctor? Are you interested in a vibrant rural community and the great outdoors? We are looking for two new physicians to become a vital part of our gorgeous region. Let's see how far it can go - It's up to us to share this video! How can you help? 1. Share the video! 2. Like and follow the Slocan District Chamber of Commerce facebook site for further content. 3. Send this video to physicians or medical professionals you know. Encourage them to share it to their friends and colleagues. Thank you for all who made the production of this video possible, it was a real team effort by the community to make it a reality. The dedicated and extremely helpful staff of the New Denver Hospital, the amazing New Denver Fire Rescue Team, the Slocan District Chamber of Commerce, the Villages of New Denver, Silverton, Slocan and the Regional District of Central Kootenay (area H).
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East Shore HospiceTuesday, March 22nd, 2016 at 9:36am
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East Shore HospiceMonday, March 14th, 2016 at 12:43pm
(From Our Friends at Kalein Centre)

Dear Friends:

Last Fall, many of you either attended one or more of the Death Cafes here in Nelson at Kalein Centre, or expressed an interest. Death Cafe is part of an international movement started in 2011, which now has over 500 registered Cafes around the world.

As the founder saw it, “Western society has long outsourced discussions about death to doctors, nurses, priests and undertakers. The result is that we have lost control of one of the most significant events we ever have to face.” (www.deathcafe.com)

Kalein Hospice Society is delighted to offer a series of three more Cafes this Spring on Wednesdays: March 30, April 27 & May 25.

We will inspire each other, and co-create, together, a warm and respectful space, in which we can explore the many dimensions of what death is for us. We would like to invite you into a living conversation, a dialogue, an exploration, and a discovery, where we can experience each other both as students and teachers. Perhaps by slowing down and inviting a deeper listening, we might find ourselves in uncharted territory, and support one another to find the courage to stay present to tenderness, heartbreak, deep love, fear and gratitude, that are all part of the mystery of life.

Reservations for a seat at each cafe will be limited to 25 people, so please register early.

Confirmations with additional details and information will be emailed to all registrants.

On March 30th Kalein welcomes Lori Simposon; mother of a 17 year old daughter who died unexpectedly in her sleep; Lori who has traveled through the loss and grief, will share with us some of her experience and wisdom from that dark night.

In gratitude for all of life,

Dr. Rosalyn Grady, Counselor and Funeral Celebrant
Kim Bater, Executive Director, Kalein Centre

To reserve your seat at the Death Cafe, please register online: REGISTRATION FORM

More information:
Email: info@kaleinhospice.org
Visit: kaleinhospice.com
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East Shore HospiceWednesday, February 17th, 2016 at 12:21pm
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