Posted: January 15, 2020
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Aging Well Info Series

Conversations Worth Having - Part 1: Hospice of Waterloo Region

  • John M. Harper Branch 
  • 6:30pm to 7:30pm
  • Wednesday, January 15

Regardless of a person’s age or health status, serious accidents and health changes can happen. Who will decide for you when you are unable to make your own health choices? Learn about health care decision making in Ontario and how advance care planning conversations can help you and your loved ones in difficult times.

Estate Planning Workshop - Aunt Millie's Interactive Session

  • John M. Harper Branch
  • Wednesday, January 22
  • 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Jim Kibble from Ontario Estate Consultants brings a memorable, interactive session about the 6 buckets of Estate Planning and why most people in Ontario should have two wills. Join the 4,000+ people in Waterloo Region who have attended this workshop.

Conversations Worth Having - Part 2: Hospice of Waterloo Region

Have you decided who will make health care decisions for you if you are unable to? Join this interactive session as we work through these important conversations – who to talk to, what to talk about and how to start talking.

Waterloo Local Health Integration Network on Long-Term Care

Learn how Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network services can help you or a loved one find a place in long-term care or live safely at home.

Alzheimer's Society : Healthy Brains for Healthy Living

Learn how each and every one of us can make changes in our everyday life to improve our memory.

More Than a Bed - Hospice of Waterloo Region 101

For over 26 years, Hospice of Waterloo Region has been supporting individuals and their loved ones through the journey of life-limiting illness, death and grief. Join us as we share what Hospice’s community outreach looks like, how we are expanding our supports and what we can do together to help residents and their loved ones to live well until the very end.

Understanding Grief

The Bereaved Families of Ontario will provide you with an understanding of what you or someone you know experience when grieving the passing of a loved one and provide ideas for helping you on your path.