The Saint Elizabeth First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program is excited to share two resources on End of Life and Grief launched by Canadian Virtual Hospice.
Indigenous Voices: Stories of Serious Illness and Grief
In this video and print series, First Nations, Inuit and Métis from across Canada share stories about living with serious illness and grief. The series was developed by a national team that included Indigenous researchers, health care providers, people living with advanced illness and families.
The series includes:
·Four main videos
·170 short video clips organized by theme
·Eight patient and family handouts on various palliative care topics
To view the Indigenous Voices series go to: LivingMyCulture.ca
is a free and confidential online resource that allows people to explore their grief from the comfort of their own home, at any time of day, and at their own pace. MyGrief.ca is also an educative tool for those working in health care.
Unique in the world, MyGrief.ca was developed by the Canadian Virtual Hospice, in collaboration with a national team of researchers, educators, health care providers, and family members who have “been there”.
Funding for both resources was provided by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer. For more information, contact Marissa@virtualhospice.ca