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Your story is our story at Hospice Wellington. Hospice Wellington provides services to support those individuals of Guelph and Wellington County who are living with a life-limiting illness or experiencing grief and bereavement. These programs extend to the families and caregivers supporting those diagnosed with a life-limiting illness. Our community programs intend to support Hospice Wellington clients through the experience of life-limiting illness, caregiving, and bereavement. Programs are available in the community, as well as to those who have been supported by our residential hospice. These programs are provided at no cost to our clients. Services include One-to-One Palliative, Caregiver and Bereavement Volunteer Support; Palliative Day Program for clients and respite for Caregivers; Group Support Programming for Bereavement and Caregivers; Art Therapy Groups and Workshops; and Integrated Wellness Programs including  a variety of Complementary Therapies and Lending Library.


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A group sitting in a circle.

Workshops are open to the public and may be attend by clients, volunteers, staff and any member of the community.

Close up of people sitting.

When palliative care is necessary you begin a new chapter in your life that can impact everyone If you are a person that has received a palliative diagnosis and are living with a life-limiting illness we are here to offer you support.

Woman holding dog.

Hospice Wellington offers a range of complementary therapies to individuals in the community, residents and their families to help provide additive support to physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being and enhance quality of life.

Woman consoling man with hand on shoulder.

It can be difficult to deal with grief when a loved one dies. Grieving is a natural process, it has no expiration date and it is different for everyone. Our organization programming is designed and facilitated by regulated healthcare professionals and all of our volunteers participate in provincially mandated training, in order to volunteer with our organization.

Doctor talking to woman on couch.

The act of caregiving is beautiful thing. As you support your loved ones your well-being can be compromised.

A group of elderly people painting.

Hospice Wellington's Art Therapy program is a combination of traditional psychotherapy and creative expression. For individuals who do not have the words to express how they feel, Art Therapy can provide an alternative to traditional talk therapies.

A community center main area, with a plant covered wall and lots of couches and chairs.

Photo Tour Gallery

Here we bring our Hospice to you. View the photos below so you can see for yourself how Hospice Wellington can care for you in a beautiful space that feels like home.