Bob McIntyre faced his first cancer diagnosis in 2003. He was successfully treated, and was able to return to work as an Electrical Supervisor until his retirement five years later. At a time when he and his wife, Elaine, should… Continue Reading A close-knit community that understands
Carpenter Hospice is a home in the heart of Burlington that offers both residential-based care to people in the last stages of their lives, and community-based programs for people dealing with grief or a life-limiting illness. It lets residents spend their final days together with loved ones in an environment that is peaceful, comfortable and meaningful. It is staffed by a dedicated team of professionals and volunteers who provide compassionate palliative care to meet residents' every need and ensure that each moment matters.
Carpenter Hospice has been an integral part of Burlington since 2002 thanks to the generosity of the community and is committed to providing support services for those going through life's transitions.
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An expressive therapy group where healing takes place through the activity of making music and singing together. Group participants will learn strategies and practical resources for coping and wellness. This is not a choir; participants do not need to have any previous singing or musical experience (education) and there are no performance or solo singing expectations. To register, contact: Supportive Care Coordinator at 905.631.9994 ext. 135 or firstname.lastname@example.org.