Cold Lake Palliative Care Society
To ensure the provision of palliative care services in Cold Lake and surrounding area
“No two waves take the same journey, but they all reach the shore.”
Learn More about Palliative Care
Our selection of both online and community resources will help inform you about the purpose of palliative care and what services are available in the lakeland area.
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What is Palliative Care?
The palliative care approach often starts with the diagnosis of a life limiting illness and is provided by a team of healthcare professionals, caregivers and community members. The main goal of palliative care is to alleviate suffering, whether it be physical, emotional, social or spiritual and to help achieve the best possible comfort and quality of life right up until the end of life. The palliative care team works together with the individual and their families to help meet their goals and needs.
Palliative Care focuses on the patients well-being
Our comfort care packages contain an assortment of items that are meant to help both the patient and their caregivers during the final days. Our patient’s well-being is our number one priority. View more information about our comfort care packages to see how they can be beneficial.
Palliative care respects the social and cultural needs of patients and their caregivers
Palliative care works hard to alleviate physical symptoms such as pain, nausea, loss of appetite, confusion and shortness of breath.
Palliative care is respectful and is supportive of a patients dignity, and helps support individuals to work through the grief, joy and anger accompanying the end of life.
Working alongside spiritual leaders. Practising spiritual care both inside and outside of religious practices.
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday 9AM to 5PM
Get in Touch
If you still have questions about palliative care, you can speak to any of our representatives.