This is a free event but registration is required.
Register by visiting our website at www.centennialtheatre.com
In October, the Paul Sugar Palliative Support Foundation will be opening a new Centre for Palliative Support in North Vancouver.
The Centre will provide a place where patients, families and friends who are living with dying and grieving can find compassionate, helpful support from care professionals and other people and organizations in our North Shore communities.
On September 30, three doctors from the Centre will participate in a public dialogue with North Shore residents at Centennial Theatre. They will provide information about living with advancing illness, the experience of grieving and dying from illness and injury, and grieving the death of someone you love.
We want to hear your questions and get your feedback about these experiences and will offer some answers on what to do, who can help and how to cope through these life-changing experiences.
The PSPS Foundation transportation sponsor, Candy Dart Shuttle , will be providing complimentary shuttle service from West Vancouver (exact location TBD) to the Centennial Theatre.
For more information, call 778-729-1555