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First Nations, Inuit, and Metis share stories about living with serious illness and grief. The video series consists of 170 short video clips organized by theme. Highlights are captured in four longer videos. ; 1. Ceremony, tradition and spirituality (21:41) ; 2. Caring for the patient and family (…
Includes 5 pamphlets with these titles: ; Who we are...what we do ; Bereavement support programs ; Supporting grieving children and teens ; Palliative support programs ; Hospice vigil program
Wishes ; History ; What's next? ; Hope ; Magic ; Conflict ; 100 things ; Conversation ; Why? ; Credits
This documentary introduces us to Stephen Jenkinson, once the leader of a palliative care counselling team at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital. Through his daytime job, he has been at the deathbed of well over 1,000 people. What he sees over and over, he says, is "a wretched anxiety and an existentia…
Booklet covers topics such as making choices; talking with health professionals; symptom relief; coping with feelings; advance planning; talking to others; and looking for meaning in life and death.
An insightful look into how kids see and interpret death, from with the loss of a parent to helping a grieving friend. ; For children aged 9-12.
Originally broadcast on December 10, 2003 on ABC News program Nightlines.
v.1: Living and dying (90 minutes). ; v.2: A different kind of care (90 minutes). ; v.3: A death of one's own (90 minutes). ; v.4: A time to change (90 minutes).