Société de soins palliatifs à domicile du Grand-Montréal

The Palliative Home Care Society of Greater Montreal is a non-profit health organization whose mission is to provide free, high quality palliative care and services at home to anyone who is ill with cancer or any other advanced stage of the disease and who wishes to live at home during the last stage of his or her life.

Service offerings

Transportation and accompaniment

Complementary information: Transport to medical appointments. Opening hours: Reservations Location where the service is offered: Island of Montreal Fees: According to the mileage

Psychologist and social worker

Complementary information: Psychological care offered to the sick person or one of their loved ones throughout the care and bereavement trajectory. Opening hours: Location where the service is offered: Island of Montreal Fees:

Telephone counseling

Complementary information: Emotional support. Opening hours: Location where the service is offered: Island of Montreal Fees:

Accompaniment in severe diagnosis

Complementary information: To meetings. Opening hours: 7 days a week from 8:00 am to midnight. Between midnight and 8:00 am, patients are referred to the dedicated online palliative care (Info-Santé) Location where the service is offered: Island of Montreal Fees:

Palliative care

Complementary information: At home. Opening hours: 7 days a week from 8:00 am to midnight. Between midnight and 8:00 am, patients are referred to the dedicated online palliative care (Info-Santé) Location where the service is offered: Island of Montreal Fees:

Rest

Complementary information: A respite service for loved ones is available by providing a safe presence and assistance with daily tasks to meet the patient's basic needs. Opening hours: Location where the service is offered: Island of Montreal Fees:

Medical care

Complementary information: Provision of care by nurses specialising in palliative care, symptom management, personalised teaching of the care to be given to the patient's family carers, medical visits at home, night nursing assistant in the home when required. Hygiene and comfort care. Opening hours: 7 days a week from 8:00 am to midnight. Between midnight and 8:00 am, patients are referred to the dedicated online palliative care (Info-Santé) Location where the service is offered: Island of Montreal Fees:

Information and documentation

Complementary information: Personalised training in caring for the sick for family carers to empower them to meet the needs of the patient. Opening hours: Location where the service is offered: Island of Montreal Fees:

Bereavement

Complementary information: Bereavement follow-up. For caregivers, offered by volunteers. Opening hours: Location where the service is offered: Island of Montreal Fees:

Medical supplies

Complementary information: Availability of medical supplies required for care. Loan service for supplementary equipment. Opening hours: Location where the service is offered: Island of Montreal Fees:

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