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Services

Not sure where to start? Our community representatives can help you along the path, or you can contact us at [email protected]

Community Representative: Stephen Claxton-Oldfield or Audrey Hicks

Phone: (506) 536-0382 or (506) 536-1064

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Community representatives are local contacts for people seeking information or resources in the community.

Clinical Nurse Specialist - Palliative: Patricia McQuinn

Phone: (506) 867-5468 (bureau/office)

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.horizonnb.ca

A resource person with Extra Mural. Works with interdisciplinary team members to address disease management and the physical, emotional, financial, psychological, social, and spiritual impact on the palliative client and his or her family.

Grief and Bereavement Peer Support Group: Audrey Hicks or Lesley Read

Phone: (506) 536-1064 or (506) 536-0824

Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

A grief and bereavement peer support group is available twice a year (Spring and Fall) for anyone living in the Tantramar region who has experienced the death of a loved one. The group is run by volunteers and meets once a week for 8 weeks. The group provides information, shares feelings, and helps each other work toward the positive resolution of their grief in a confidential and supportive setting.

Extra Mural Program: Tantramar Unit

Phone: (506) 364-4400

Website: www.horizonnb.ca

Nurses, dietitians, palliative care clinical nurse specialist, occupational and physiotherapists, respiratory therapists and social workers provide all aspects of palliative care in the home and community. Equipment and supplies for use in home as well as educational material in the form of books, videos and pamphlets are available.

Meals and More

Phone: (506) 536-8102

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.mealsandmore.ca

Provides home delivery of frozen meals for both patient and those caring for them. Meals are also available in minced and pureed texture.

Canadian Red Cross

Phone: (506) 863-2650 for health equipment loan

1 800 588-4881 for meals and home care

Website: www.redcross.ca

Sackville Memorial Hospital

Phone: (506) 364- 4100

Nurses, social worker, dietitian, doctors, pharmacist, occupational, physiotherapist and respiratory therapists provide a multidisciplinary approach to palliative care. A suite, called the Serenity Suite, is available for families to overnight with their loved one.

The United Church Home for Senior Citizens - Drew Nursing Home: Linda Shannon

Phone: (506) 364-4900

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.drewnursinghome.ca

The staff provide 24-hour nursing/palliative care. A relief bed may be available when nursing care is needed for short periods of time.

Westford Nursing Home: Patricia Harrington

Phone: (506) 538-1301

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.westfordnursinghome.ca

The staff provide 24-hour nursing/palliative care. There are family rooms available for loved ones to stay overnight. A limited supply of equipment is available for short-term loans to the community.

Hospice Southeast New Brunswick Volunteer Program

Phone: (506) 383-2404

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.hospicesenb.ca

Carefully selected and well trained trained volunteers are available to provide companionship, practical assistance and emotional support to dying persons and their loved ones.

Hospital Social Worker: Nadine Boudreau

Phone: (506) 364-4131

Email: [email protected]

Offers supportive counseling to patients and their families at the Sackville Memorial Hospital, as well as provides education to patients/families, and help with finding various resources (e.g., financial support, community services) to assist them with their needs.

A Mindful Death Doula Services: Jules Jones

Phone: (506) 961-1997

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.amindfuldeath.ca

Jules Jones educates, guides, and empowers families to care for their loved ones on their own, as they journey through their most sacred transition - from living to dying, to death and beyond.

Jules also provides death education and resources to help reduce fear and avoidance of death in our society. She hosts Advance Planning workshops, as well as Death Cafés in the Greater Moncton area.

Home First: Government of New Brunswick

Phone: 1-855-550-0552

Website: www2.gnb.ca/content/gnb/en/departments/social_development/promos/home_first.html

"Home First is a series of innovative approaches and initiatives to support seniors to live in their own homes and continue to be part of their communities. To support you and your family, the Government of New Brunswick would like to help identify available services in your community and discuss ways for you to maintain a healthy, active and independent lifestyle. If you or someone you care about is 65 years of age or older, you can call 1-855-550-0552 and request a home visit to learn about services and programs available in your community. Eligible seniors also have the opportunity to be provided with financial assistance (up to $1500) for minor in-home repairs that will improve the safety of your home."

Download the THPCO Grief and Bereavement Brochure