The Langley Hospice Society is committed to providing emotional, practical and spiritual support for people who are living with a terminal illness, their family and friends, throughout the last stages of illness, at the time of death and bereavement.


Langley Hospice Society is pleased to present the Celebrate a Life memorial wall, a place where those we love are remembered.

This section is made up of writings from people who have experienced the loss through death of someone they love. In their grief journey, it has helped them to share the story of their loss. Some of the pages end with a way for you to connect directly with them.

Visit the Memorial Wall


Physical Activities for Grief


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In addition to palliative care and support for people facing life-threatening illnesses, Langley Hospice Society programs include much-needed, individual and group grief support programs, for children, teens, adults and families; education; advocacy; volunteer training; a resource library; day camps and a summer camp for grieving children and teens. Programs are FREE of charge. Langley Hospice also operates their Second Story Treasures Thrift Store in Walnut Grove, open Tuesday to Saturday. For more information regarding the Langley Hospice Society, please visit:
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Langley Hospice Society18 hours ago
Hey everyone, our virtual story for today is called My Many Colored days! This is a book we use most often in my work with the younger children and it’s great for introducing the topic of emotions!
Discussion Questions:
1. How do you feel today?
2. If your feeling was a color, what color would it be?
3. What do you do when you have a purple day?
4. What do you do when you have a yellow day?
5. Have you ever had a brown or a green day?
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Langley Hospice Society22 hours ago
Another timely article from our friends at What's Your Grief...
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Langley Hospice Society1 day ago
#ThankYou to the doctors and nurses and all the other care staff ensuring care and support for patients and families in the Langley Hospice Residence ♥️♥️♥️
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Langley Hospice Society4 days ago
Hey everyone! Today’s virtual story is called The Goodbye Book and is read to you by Jaxon, who is 6. This is a book we use most often with our pre-schoolers. This book simply explains how we can feel and the different ways we are affected when we lose someone we love.
Discussion questions:
1. How did you feel when your special person died?
2. Did you have a hard time sleeping?
3. Did you have a hard time eating?
4. Were there things you didn’t want to do anymore?
5. What helps you to feel better?
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Langley Hospice Society4 days ago
Sharing this excellent resource from our friends at The Dougy Center for Grieving Children and Families. There are lots of helpful tips for parents and caregivers on how to support grieving children and teens through this crisis as well as some practical resources and ways to connect.
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