Books, Links, and More

We've compiled resources in both French and English, to give you the broadest possible range of available information. To see resources in French, click in the top right corner of the page.

If you have a favourite palliative care resource that doesn't appear here, suggest a resource below.

Communication
LivingMyCulture.ca
LivingMyCulture. ca shares the lived experience of sixty-four people from eleven cultures. Stories about traditions, rituals... read more...
MyGrief.ca
MyGrief. ca is an online resource to help people work through their grief from the comfort of their own home, at their own... read more...
Parenting Through Illness & Grief
This one page handout provides an overview of the findings from a research study of parent caregivers. The study was conducted... read more...
Pauktuutit's Cancer Glossary
Glossary containing 250 terms translated into 5 Inuktitut dialects, including the new single word to accurately describe... read more...
Positive Communication- The Open Dementia Programme
These 20-30 minute modules of the Open Dementia e-Learning Programme are designed for anyone who has contact with someone... read more...
Preparing Children for Funeral and Memorials
Family rituals following a death are significant events in an individual’s life, and children are no exception. Families... read more...
Prostate Cancer Canada: Advanced Care Planning Tools
Prostate Cancer Canada is a national foundation which offers information and resources to men who are living with prostate... read more...
Record Me Now
Free app to use with your own computer or webcam to record your own messages for family and friends. Includes key questions... read more...
The role of social workers in palliative, end of life and bereavement care
This resource aims to ensure that people benefit from good social work at the end of their life, and that those close to... read more...
Sahtu Glossary Cancer Terminology
A glossary of medical terminology with a focus on cancer to facilitate discussions between First Nations and health officials... read more...