We strive to provide compassionate, lived-experience support and connection to people helping a loved one who is considering or planning for Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) or those who are grieving a loss due to MAID.
People will forget
what you said,
people will forget
what you did, but
people will never
forget how you
made them feel.
– Maya Angelou
What our community has to say
“I had consulted a psychologist for one appointment, most of which I spent trying to explain MAID. It was more than useless. Then I found your service: quick, informative, caring, understanding and empathetic.”
“Being able to talk (write) with someone who has been through a similar experience and hear how he got through what has been for me the most trying experience of my life.”
“Very quick contact, personally I felt very cared for by my contact. Comfortable sharing my experience with MAID and the loss of my husband and the feelings that went with the process.”
“Listening to her experience with MAID and being able to draw on those experiences to ask questions. She was lovely, compassionate, and well spoken.”
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