Brampton’s First Hospice.

As a specialized form of healthcare, hospice palliative care aims to relieve suffering and improve the quality of life for those living with a life limiting illness, as well as their families. Hospice palliative care addresses the specific physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and practical issues, and their associated expectations, needs, hopes and fears on an individual basis (Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association)

With dedicated support from Brampton’s Honorable Mayor Patrick Brown, City Councillors, and community members, Kay Blair Hospice is in the process of building Brampton’s first 12-bed Hospice. Kay Blair Hospice will be serving the diverse needs of Brampton and its surrounding communities to provide dignified end-of-life support.

artist renderings are conceptual only and may or may not reflect final design and implementation

Aerial Image

Aerial Image

Bedroom

Bedroom

Exterior Bedroom

Exterior of Bedroom

Gathering Space

Gathering Space

Multi Faith Room

Multi Faith Room

artist renderings are conceptual only and may or may not reflect final design and implementation

Our Services

End-of-life care in a safe, warm and inclusive environment.

Kay Blair Hospice will provide 24-hour inclusive, end-of-life care to all regardless of race, religion or faith, ethnicity, language, disability, gender, sexual orientation/identity, educational background, socio-economic status or income.

Kay Blair Hospice will be in a home-like setting that fosters a sense of peacefulness and unconditional love by highly trained professionals at no cost.

Our Services

Our Services

End-of-life care in a safe, warm and inclusive environment.

Kay Blair Hospice will provide 24-hour inclusive, end-of-life care to all regardless of race, religion or faith, ethnicity, language, disability, gender, sexual orientation/identity, educational background, socio-economic status or income.

Kay Blair Hospice will be in a home-like setting that fosters a sense of peacefulness and unconditional love by highly trained professionals at no cost.

Our Services

Caring for the dying whilst celebrating living

The members of Kay Blair Hospice recognize the importance of support to residents, families, and caregivers during difficult times. We will offer support services towards grief and bereavement, along with child and family support.

Support Programs

Caring for the dying whilst celebrating living

The members of Kay Blair Hospice recognize the importance of support to residents, families, and caregivers during difficult times. We will offer support services towards grief and bereavement, along with child and family support.

Support Programs

Testimonial Videos

Testimonial Videos

Volunteer

Volunteer

People often become involved because they are moved by the compassionate care their loved ones receive in the hospice. They want to help others through volunteering

Volunteer

Your generosity will help to create and sustain the first state-of-the-art residential hospice in Brampton

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Kay Blair Hospice

Kay Blair Hospice

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MISSION

To provide end-of-life care in a safe, warm, and inclusive environment.

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VISION

Caring for the dying whilst celebrating living.

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VALUES

Quality Service, Inclusivity, Dignity & Integrity.

Kay Blair Hospice is a proud partner of the Brampton/Etobicoke and Area Ontario Health Team.

Quite elegantly, everyone journeys together and love and loss is shared.

Kay Blair Hospice is a proud partner of the Brampton/Etobicoke and Area Ontario Health Team.

Quite elegantly, everyone journeys together and love and loss is shared.

“The professional staff of Kay Blair Hospice will be trained in palliative and end-of-life care and will include physicians, registered nurses, registered practical nurses and personal support workers.”

Kay Blair Hospice was the successful candidate in a request for proposals designed to identify leads for provincially approved residential hospice beds in the Central West region. Funding for approved beds flows when they become operational.”