Hospice Simcoe

We are committed to providing compassionate,
expert care and support to our community

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Sunday, May 5th, 2024

Remember loved ones, celebrate friendships,
and help raise funds to support our
residence and community programs.

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Grief & Bereavement Programs

A variety of groups and programs are
available to our community - Free of Charge

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Tuesday, March 19th, 2024

Join us at Traditions Banquet Hall at the Sheba Shrine Centre from 6-8pm for this free community event.

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COVID-19 has affected us all. To find out what our updated policies are, please click here.

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Compassion. Support. Care.

Hospice care for all of Simcoe County.

As a specialized form of healthcare, hospice palliative care aims to relieve suffering and improve the quality of life for those living with a life limiting illness, as well as their families. Hospice palliative care addresses the specific physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and practical issues, and their associated expectations, needs, hopes and fears on an individual basis.

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.

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24 hour care in a place that feels like home.

At Hospice Simcoe, we are committed to providing compassionate, expert care and support. The residents and families are at the centre of care. We respect the autonomy of the resident and family in the decision-making process and we are here to assist, educate, support and guide you and your family towards a dignified end of life journey and death, where you are comfortable and can feel at home.

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Cope with your grief together, through living and grieving.

Grief is an individual experience, however it does not need to be done alone. Using a person-centred approach Hospice can provide support unique to the individual’s needs, while offering a community where people can openly share in their grief.

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Contribute to Hospice Simcoe and make a difference.

Our Volunteers bring warmth, compassion and support to Hospice Simcoe and the families that we serve. We are honoured to have so many incredible individuals who give their time and talents to our residents, clients and their families.

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Latest News

Simcoe County Hospice Alliance Cheque Presentation

Media, Newsletters, & Stories

Media Release – County Invests in Building Up Residential Hospice Care

Midhurst/November 6, 2023 – This morning, County of Simcoe Councillors joined representatives from the Simcoe County Hospital Alliance at Hospice ...

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Tim hortons donation

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Media Release – RVH and Hospice Simcoe benefit from the deliciously successful Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign

Barrie, May 29, 2023 – A record-breaking $19.7 million has been raised for more than 600 local charities and community groups through the sales of...

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Hike for hospice

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MEDIA RELEASE – Annual Hike for Hospice Fundraiser Returns

Barrie, April 11, 2023 – Barrie, ON - Hospice Simcoe’s Hike for Hospice returns on May 7th. This annual event is an opportunity for families ...

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explore our community support programs

Our Social Worker and volunteer team provides emotional, spiritual and psychosocial support to dying individuals and their families from the time of diagnosis through to bereavement.

Our Community Programs are available to all ages, whether or not you have had previous contact with Hospice Simcoe.

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