One to One Support
In many cases, family members become the primary care givers who may have their own special needs for support.
It is helpful to contact support early, so that relationships can be built and help can be provided for determining needs, options and choices.
While there may be many people involved in the management of an illness, in addition to the family physician, our Centre for Supportive Care staff and volunteers can be consistent contacts and resources. Many people do not know what they need or what services are available. Support in planning can facilitate making informed choices, and reduce stress and the need for crisis management.
Support services can take many different forms. We invite you to reach out to see how we can support you and your loved ones.