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Dancing With The Stars

SAVE THE DATE! Hospice PEI’s Dancing with the Stars 2014 on Saturday, October 18th at the Charlottetown Legion at 7:00.

Join us for this 3rd annual signature event.  Tickets are only $60 and will be available soon.

Our pros this year are Susan & Rejean Lessard of The Ballroom Barn, Scott & Monique Kaye, Julie MacIsaac, and Ifo Ikede.  The judges are Stephanie Rainnie, Julie Sauve, Gerard Murphy, and Sherri-Lee Darrach.

Our stars include a banker, executive director, hotelier, MLA, financial advisor and a real estate agent.

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The 2014 DeltaWare 5k Fun Run and 3K Fun Walk took place on Saturday, June 14th with all proceeds to Hospice PEI.

Thank you to the participants and staff of DeltaWare for making this event another great success.

To see the pictures from Saturday click on the link.


Thank you to everyone who supported this year’s Hike for Hospice!
Keegan, Cindy and the Murphy Troopers at the Hike for Hospice in Stratford! Keegan raised more than $1800 in memory of his dad, Mark. One amazing nine-year-old who so enriches our Community of Care!The murphy's







We even had a team in Florida!


Hospice PEI_ED Job Description 2014

Qualified applicants should contact Wendy MacIntyre at: with Hospice Executive Director in the subject line.

A lack of knowledge about preferences for health care can result in confusion and conflict between family members and health professionals at a critical time.

Hospice PEI offers an education program to assist the public and health care workers in the preparation of an Advance Care Plan.  Advance Care Planning is a process of reflection and communication about personal care preferences in the event that you become incapable of consenting to or refusing treatment or critical care.

The ‘Speak Up’ education program includes tools to help people start these sometimes difficult conversations.  Advance Care Planning resources such as workbooks, wallet cards and links to provincial legislation and planning information are available.

One of the most important aspects of advance care planning is naming and having a conversation with a Substitute Decision Maker – someone who will speak on your behalf and make decisions for you but only when you are not able to do so yourself.

Individuals and groups interested in an Advance Care Planning presentation please contact the Hospice PEI office at 902-368-4498 or email