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BON Newsletter September 2016
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What's Happening Inside the BONewsletter!
Message from the Vice Chair
Message from BON Conference Committee
BON Pre-Conference
BON Conference 2016
Call for Posters
The John D. Morgan Memorial Conference Scholarship
Children at the Bedside of a Dying Family Member or Friend
A Stitch in Time - Yarn and Self-care Entwined
Regional Report
Resources to Share
Upcoming Events
About BON

Message from Vice Chair

Dear All,Marny
Our Conference is approaching rapidly! I hope you have already registered for it. I am excited at the opportunity of meeting you during our AGM, and then for our Regional Representative meeting. It will be the first time meeting with most of you in person, what a treat and a thrill!

Thinking about the last months of work for BON, the highlight I have to share with you is definitely the BON Board Strategic Planning meetings that happened last February 20, April 02 and June 25. The result was a 20-page Report, with the findings and input of our Board. Phase I is now complete, and consisted of an extended SWOT analysis for BON. Based on the results of this analysis, Phase II consisted in the determination of the 5 top strategic priorities for BON. Phase II is almost complete and Phase III will follow shortly. Phase III consists in transforming Phases I and II into the draft of BON Strategic Plan 2017-2022. During Phase III, we will transform priority goals into an implementation plan. Priority goals will be broken down into implementation steps in BON Action Plan Chart. Each step will be implemented, evaluated and readjusted in a cycle of 5 years.

One top strategic priority is to invest in our website Directory – and we are already working on it – towards making it completely user friendly. Kelly Teigrob is already taking the first steps towards this goal. Another top priority is to strengthen ongoing communication and support between Regional Representatives and myself as your Co-Chair and liaison with the Board.

Today I want to personally invite and encourage each of you, BON Regional Representatives, to be with us at our face-to-face meeting during BON Conference. This will be the launch of our renewed efforts to establish great communication with BON Regional Representatives across Ontario.

I also want to personally invite each of you, our valued BON members, to be with us at our AGM! Looking forward to seeing you there!

Monica Do Coutto Monni, B.A Po. Sci., M Psych
BON Co-Chair

Message from Conference Committee

We are just one month away from the annual conference in beautiful Orillia. As in past years, we are striving to create a conference which will provide a deeper understanding of end-of-life and bereavement issues, as well as a retreat for participants to regenerate and refresh in a beautiful fall nature setting.

If you haven’t taken the opportunity I highly recommend that you check out the full brochure, posted on the BON website, where you will find a list of the speakers and topics on offer this year. We are fortunate to be bringing scholarly academics and highly skilled care providers, to share their expertise and knowledge.

It is important that BON creates awareness about services and end-of-life research. And so this year BON will be offering a market place on Friday of the conference. Individual members, agencies and businesses are welcome to rent table space to share your bereavement services or products. Post-secondary students are also welcome to display research posters in this shared space, and this year we are proud to offer students a higher discount on registration to remove this barrier to participation.

Again this year we are pleased to welcome Canadian Virtual Hospice to the conference for discussion feedback and regarding MyGrief.ca where a series of videos on grief topics are now available for free to the Canadian the public. As they plan to develop further educational and supportive online resources, the members of Canadian Virtual Hospice welcome input from participants at the conference for the next grief topics to develop.

Finally, it is always important in this work we do to take good care of ourselves. At the conference this year we will have many choices for self-care and socializing. In addition to the numerous opportunities to relax offered in the past, this year we are adding optional chair massage sessions on the conference full day.

We look forward to seeing many of you this year, and believe you will find the conference time well spent.

The Conference Committee

The BON Pre-Conference: Understanding Complicated Grief:  Definition, Assessment and Treatment

With Dr. Katherine Shear on October 13, 2016 Geneva Park


We are so excited to have Dr. Shear present this year's pre-conference. Dr. M. Katherine Shear is the Director of the Center for Complicated Grief at Columbia School of Social Work. Dr. Shear has spent decades conducting clinical research in anxiety, depression and related disorders. She developed complicated grief treatment and confirmed its efficacy in three large NIMH-funded studies. She is widely recognized for her work in bereavement, including both research and clinical awards. 

Click here to see the flyer for her presentation
Click here for the registration form.

The 26th BON Conference: Connect - Learn - Support

October 13-15, 2016 Geneva Park


Please make note of the dates of this years conference. This year we are changing things up a bit and holding the conference from Thursday - Saturday.  We hope that this will make the conference accessible to more people.

The
Full Brochure is now available with full descriptions of all of the workshops and plenary sessions, with full bio's on all of the presenters. Please look it over, there is a great mix that is sure to offer something for everyone!

Click here to see the short brochure.
Click here for the registration form.

Last year we started accepting credit card payments via PayPal on the website. On the conference page you will see a Pay Now button that will allow you to pay for whatever option you wish. Then just fill out the registration form and email it to us to let us know your workshop choices!

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email our AA Kelly Teigrob 

Call for Posters for 2016 BON Conference.

We are going to be adding in Posters during our upcoming conference.  If you would like to submit something, or know someone who would be interested, please forward on our flyer

The John D. Morgan Memorial Conference Scholarship

The John D. Morgan Memorial Conference Scholarship is open to anyone who is enrolled in a course or program in grief and bereavement or a related field (full time or part time). The recipient will attend the conference at no cost and receive a one-year membership in BON.

Click here for more information.
Click here for an application.

Children at the Bedside of a Dying Family Member or Friend

by Andrea Warnick

When a family member or friend is dying, many parents struggle with how much of the dying process they should allow their children to witness. It is not uncommon for a dying adult, who lives with their children or grandchildren, to choose against a home death in an effort to “protect the children.” While many families would welcome guidance in this area from their health care providers, few of them receive training on the topic so there tends to be reluctance across the disciplines to offer such advice.

The experience of parents feeling uncertain regarding their children’s inclusion at the bedside of a dying loved one is relatively new. Throughout much of history the norm was for dying and death to happen at home in the presence of everyone who lived there, including the children. In many parts of the world this is still the case. Excluding children from the bedside of a dying friend or family member can have unintended effects, such as depriving children of the opportunity to share their loved one’s final days. Much like adults, children benefit from having the opportunity to say goodbye to someone who is dying. In addition, when not given the option of being at the bedside of a dying friend or family member, many children will imagine scenes that are much worse than the reality.

For full article, click here.
Reprinted with permission.

A Stitch in Time - Yarn and Self-care Entwined

by Barb Nolan
 

Yarn and Grandmothers – those two words seem to be firmly linked in our culture. For me, the connection was never stronger than in the months after my Gramma Lillian died.  Late at night after tucking my little ones into bed, I’d wrap myself in her colourful crocheted afghan and pick up my own yarn project to help settle my soul. In those moments, I felt so comforted by the link to my past and the memories of my grandmother’s skilled hands guiding my preteen, eager fingers into steady mastery of knitting. But it was more than the legacy attached to my memories. I realize now that I also found solace in the simple act of working with the yarn. The repetitive movements, coupled with the slow creation of ‘something from nothing’, had calmed my body and allowed my mind to transcend the present moment and find a measure of peace.
A few years later, I carried my knitting bag with me while I volunteered at my children’s school. As I passed the time knitting while waiting for recess to be over so I could resume the one-on-one reading sessions with the primary grades, a teacher commented that it would be so nice to have a knitting club at the school. Naively I said ‘sure’, thinking I’d have three or four of the junior high students joining for a few lessons. I was totally unprepared when 50 kids showed up the following lunch hour, ranging in age from 4 to 13 years!
For full article, click here.

Regional Reports

BON Regional Representatives keep you connected with the bereavement news and events happening within your region. Click here to read about what is happening in your community and regions across Ontario. Upcoming Events and details can be found here.


Click for listing and contact information of our Regional Representatives and their regions.

 

BON Regional Representatives are the face of BON in the 16 Regions of Ontario.

If you are interested in bringing your community together to improve bereavement support and resources, please take time to learn more about being a Regional Representative. Please note: there are Regional Representative openings available. 

With sincere thanks,
Monica Do Coutto Monni
BON Vice Chair, Regional Rep Liaison

Check out the updated BON Regions & Regional Representative List

Resources to Share

  • The Children and Youth Grief Network connects individuals and organizations who provide services and resources that benefit children and youth who are grieving a death.They have multiple resources on how to help children and youth including a video series and a Handbook for Volunteers: supporting children grieving the dying and death of a loved one.
  • Living My Culture: Quality palliative care helps people honour their culture, traditions and spirituality. In collaboration with pan-Canadian partners, Canadian Virtual Hospice has developed LivingMyCulture.ca which shares the stories and wisdom of members of eleven cultural communities about serious illness, end of life and grief to address a gap in service and support. The video series helps improve quality of life and supports quality care at end of life that is culturally safe and inclusive. The cultures highlighted are: Chinese, Ethiopian, Filipino, Indian, Iranian, Italian, Pakistani, Somali, First Nation, Inuit and Métis.
  • The Conversation Project Talking about death and dying and end of life care can be a difficult conversation to start with your family.  The Conversation Project has created a free kit to help individuals gather their thoughts on what their wishes are for end of life care. There are multiple translations, a pediatric conversation starter kit, how to talk with your doctor and a starter kit for families with Alzheimer,s Disease.
  • The Good Dinosaur - Arlo is an 11 year old dinosaur who is forced to face his fears for the first time. It raises the topics of death, grief dreams, loneliness, resilency and finding courage and bravery to move forward.
  • Twinless Twin - is an online support group where twinless twins can gather support, understanding and move towards healing.This site offers various resources for parents, siblings, and general information regarding twin loss. 
  • Tool kit for Survivors of Suicide Loss and Postvention Professionals a one stop link for public resources to navigate the difficult path of suicide related grief and bereavement.

Upcoming Events

Walking Group
Date: Sept. 13, 2016 – Nov. 29, 2016
Time: Every Wednesday 10:00am – 11:00am
Location: McNally House Hospice
Host/Contact: Kimberly Hughes 
Details: McNally House Hospice is proud to invite you to join us for a 12-week walking group designed specifically for those who are grieving the death of a loved one. Participants may join at any point throughout the 12-week period. The program is offered free of charge. All are welcome.

Meditation Event
Date: Sept. 14, 2016 – Nov. 30, 2016
Time: Every Wednesday 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Location: McNally House
Host/Contact: Kimberly Hughes
Details: McNally House Hospice is proud to invite you to join us for a 12-week meditation class designed specifically for those who are grieving the death of a loved one. No previous experience necessary. Participants may join at any point throughout the 12-week period. The class is free of charge

Spousal Closed Support Group
Date: September 19, 2016
Time: Evenings (Time to be announced)
Location: 201- 1650 Dundas Street E., Whitby (Dundas E. & Thickson)
Host/ Contact: VON Durham Hospice
Details: Please see website for details

Spousal Drop-In Support Group
Date: September 19, 2016
Time: Afternoons (Time to be announced)
Location: 201- 1650 Dundas Street E., Whitby (Dundas E. & Thickson)
Host/ Contact: VON Durham Hospice
Details: Please see website for details

Grieving Well
Date:Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Time: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Location: VON Geranium House, 34 Wellington Street, Chatham
Host/Contact: VON Supportive Care Program
Details: See flyer for more details. 

Mom’s 12- wk. Support Group (Closed)
Date: Tues. Sept. 20, 2016
Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Host/Contact: Jane at Bereaved Families of ON, Durham Region 905-579-4293

Dad’s 12- wk. Support Group (Closed),
Date: Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016
Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Host/Contact: Jane at BFO - Durham Region 905-579-4293

Standing in the Fire: Supporting Children and Youth who are Grieving a Death
Date: Friday September 23, 2016
Time: 9:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m
Cost: $229.51
Location: Creemore, Ontario
Host/Contact: This seminar will identify common barriers to supporting children and youth who are grieving, and will highlight practical strategies that can be used in a variety of settings to help children and youth integrate the reality of the death into their lives in a healthy way. The session will include stories and important messages from children, youth, and their families that illustrate “best practice” guidelines for supporting the mental health of children who are grieving
Details: Register for this event at: http://www.therapytalks.ca/seminar-descriptions-and-dates/

Hospice Kingston's Annual Chilli Fest
Date: September 24, 2016
Time: 12:00 to 3:00 pm
Location: Confederation Basin - Confederation Park
Contact: 613-389-5222 or Hospice Kingston

Children, Preteen and Parent/Guardian Bereavement Group
Date: Saturday, September 24 to November 5, 2016
Time: 10:00 am to 11:30 am
Location: Hospice Niagara, 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, ON L2N 1L5
Host/Contact: Melissa Penner
Details: Please see poster attached.

5 Day Certificate Program in Children's Grief and Bereavement - Extended
Date: Fall 2016 & Winter 2017 - Toronto, Ontario   
         Beginning September 27, 2016
Host: The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre 
Register: For more information or to register please visit here
Details: Please note that all 5 modules can be taken to obtain the certificate, or single modules can be attended as free-standing workshops.

Bereavement Counsellor s Support/Supervision Group
Date: September 27, 2016
Time: 5:30 pm
Location: WC Town Funeral Home
Contact: Veronica Lowe at 289-404-2000
Details: We are a group of approximately six bereavement counsellors who meet monthly for 2-3 hrs. to provide support and supervision for each other.  If any counsellor in Durham region interested in joining our group, please contact me.

Loss and Bereavement Support Group
Date: Thurs., Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 20, 27,
Time: 1- 3:30 pm
Location: Whitby Seniors Centre,
Host/Contact: Susan McCoy, WC Town Funeral Home, 905-668-3410

Loss and Bereavement Support Group
Date: Thurs, Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 20, 27,
Time: 6:30- 9:00 pm
Location: WC Town Funeral Home
Host/Contact: Susan McCoy, WC Town Funeral Home, 905-668-3410

Standing in the Fire: Supporting Children and Youth who are Grieving a Death
Date: Friday, September 30, 2016
Time: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Cost: Early bird rate: $215
Location: Creemore, Ontario
Contact: Andrea Warnick
Details: For more information click here.

Bike, Blade, Board (or Walk) for Blade,
Date: Sat., Oct. 1, Registration
Time: 9:15 am., Event at 10 am.  BBQ following
Host/Contact: Jane at BFO - Durham Region 905-579-4293

Bereaved Families of Ontario - Kingston Region Facilitator training workshop
Date: October 1 & 2, 2016
Time: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Location: 435 Davis Drive Kingston, ON
Contact: Bereaved Families of Ontario at bfo@kingston.net or 613-634-1230
Details: Please see attached


Parental Loss Group
Date: Oct. 1 to Dec. 6, 2016
Host/Contact: Jennifer, Durham Hospice at 905-240-4522

Kids Grieve 2
Date: October 4, 2016
Location: Webinar
Host: Virtual Hospice
Details: National children's grief expert, Andrea Warnick, answers your questions.
 

Movie Night showing Being Mortal, based on the book by Atul Gawande
Date: Wednesday October 5, 2016
Time: 7pm
Location: BelArome Holistic Health Centre, 3285 Cavendish Blvd., Suite 550, Montreal, (NDG) H4B 2L9 Host/Contact: kitracette@yahoo.com 514-968-0927
Details:FRONTLINE follows renowned New Yorker writer and Boston surgeon Atul Gawande as he explores the relationships doctors have with patients who are nearing the end of life. In conjunction with Gawande's new book, Being Mortal, the film investigates the practice of caring for the dying, and shows how doctors -- himself included -- are often remarkably untrained, ill-suited and uncomfortable talking about chronic illness and death with their patients.

Adolescent Bereavement Support Group
Date: Thursday, October 6 to November 10, 2016
Time: 6:00 to 7:30 pm
Location: Hospice Niagara, 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, ON L2N 1L5
Host/Contact: Melissa Penner
Details: Please see poster attached.

Adult Grief Circle
Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 to November 29, 2016
Time: 6:00 - 7:30pm
Location: Hospice Niagara, 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, ON L2N 1L5
Host/Contact: Melissa Penner
Details: Please see poster attached.

Children Bereavement Support Group,
Date: Thurs. Oct. 13 to Nov. 21,
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Host/Contact: Jennifer, Durham Hospice at 905-240-4522
Details: Register to attend

Teen Bereavement Support Group,
Date: Thurs. Oct. 13 to Nov. 21,
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Host/Contact: Jennifer, Durham Hospice at 905-240-4522
Details: Register to attend

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Events
Date: October 15, 2106
Contact: Jamie, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network
Details:  See website for more information

Wine and Cheese Fundraiser
Date: Oct. 18.
Time: 6-8 pm,
Location: The Port Restaurant, Pickering
Cost: Ticket are $75 ea. Call for tickets.
Host/Contact: Durham Hospice 

Namaste Adult Bereavement Support Group, 
Date: Tues. Oct. 25,
Time: 2-3:30 pm
Contact: Hearth Place

Dr. Alan D. Wolfelt, Exploring the Need to Grieve and Mourn
Date: October 26, 2016
Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Cost: Free
Location: Caboto Club
Host/Contact: Families First
Details: Please see website for more details. 

Bereaved Mothers Retreat
Date: Friday - Sunday, October 28, 29, 30th. 2016
Time: Friday, October 28 @ 1:00 - Sunday October 30th at noon.
Location: www.bereavedmothersretreat.com.
Host/Contact: Kimberly Ryan
Details: This is a weekend retreat for bereaved mothers facilitated by bereaved mothers. A time for self care and comfort, and an opportunity to meet with other bereaved mothers as well as take a time out and not have to put on a "I’m ok face" for anyone. The weekend hosts, restorative yoga, meditation, and comfort treatments such as massage and foot soaks. Each mom leaves with a comfort basket of their own to encourage continuing self care.

Kids Healing Heart,
Dates: Nov. 2-Dec. 7,
Times: 6:15- 7:30 pm
Contact: Hearth Place

Children’s Grief Awareness Event - Morning
Date: Nov. 12, 2016
Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm
Cost: Free with Ticket. Tickets can be found at www.ChildrensGriefAwarenessEvent.com.
Location: Brock University, St. Catharines, ON
Host/Contact: Grief Network Niagara
Details:  In the morning (9:30am-12:00pm) we will be educating children and their families about children's grief through the movie “Inside Out”.  All children will be receiving gift bags. 
 
Children’s Grief Awareness Event - Afternoon
Date: Nov. 12, 2016
Time: 1:00pm – 3:30pm
Cost: Free with Ticket. Tickets can be found at www.ChildrensGriefAwarenessEvent.com.
Location: Brock University, St. Catharines, ON
Host/Contact: Grief Network Niagara
Details: In the afternoon (1:00pm-3:30pm) we will be educating adults (teachers, professionals, students, etc.) on children's grief. There will be multiple guest speakers from Brock University and the Niagara region. Further details and Tickets can be found at www.ChildrensGriefAwarenessEvent.com.

Grief Network Niagara
Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Time: 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Contact: Grief Network Niagara
Details:  RSVP is required. Grief Network Niagara is a network of professionals, organizations, businesses and volunteers who provide bereavement support and/or counseling to individuals who are grieving the death of a significant person in their lives. This is not a support group, but they will provide a resource page listing bereavement services in the Niagara region.

Child Grief Awareness Day
Date: November 17, 2016
Details: Wear Blue!

Tree of Bright Stars
Date: Friday November 18, 2016
Time: Doors open at 6:15 p.m.
Location: Grandview Baptist Church - 250 Old Chicopee Drive, Kitchener, ON
Host/Contact: Bereaved Families Ontario - Midwest 
Details: Tree of Bright Stars memorial event is an opportunity for those who have been touched by loss to acknowledge their loved one during the holiday season.

Heart Remembering,
Date: Thurs. Nov. 19th at
Time: 1-3:30 pm, Whitby Seniors Centre
Time: 6:30- 9 pm, WC Town Funeral Home
Host/Contact: Susan McCoy, WC Town Funeral Home, 905-668-3410

Preparing Children for Funerals and Memorials
Date: November 22, 2016
Cost: $29 (+tax)
Location: Online Webinar
Host/Contact: With Andrea Warnick (RN, MA) and Michelle Methven (Funeral Director) Registration form at www.andreawarnick.com/events
Details: Having the opportunity to attend funerals and memorials plays an important role in a child's grief process, yet many adults are unsure about whether to include children, and if so how to prepare them. This webinar will include a brief overview of current literature on the topic as well as practical strategies for preparing and supporting children through such events. This webinar is designed for parents and other caregivers as well as funeral service workers, counsellors, health care providers, volunteers, and anyone else who is supporting a grieving


Grief Dreams
Date: Nov. 24, 2016
Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm
Location: Morse & Son Funeral Home – 5917 Main Street, Niagara Falls, ON
Host/Contact: Email marny@morganfuneral.com or call (905) 356-3550
Details:  Led by Joshua Black, this talk will explore dreams after loss (grief dreams) and how people can work with them. New findings from his studies on human and animal loss will be discussed.

Angel Tree,
Date: Thurs. Nov. 24th
Time: 7:30 pm,
Location: Durham Board of Education. 
Cost: Donation to purchase angel (suggested price, $25)
Host/Contact: Jane at BFO - Durham Region 905-579-4293

2016 Annual Community Celebration of Life,
Date: Sun. Dec. 4, 2016,
Time: 2:00 pm
Location: WC Town Funeral Home,
Host/Contact: Susan McCoy, WC Town Funeral Home, 905-668-3410

Tree of Remembrance,
Date: Pickering, Dec. 13, 7-9 pm,
Date: Whitby, Dec. 14, 2-4 pm,
Date: Oshawa Dec. 15, 7-9 pm.
Host/Contact: Durham Hospice

Coping with the Holidays and other Family Traditions.
Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Location: Hospice Niagara, 403 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, ON L2N 1L5
Host/Contact: Melissa Penner
Details: Please see poster attached.

5 Day Certificate Program in Children's Grief and Bereavement - Condensed
Date: May 2017 (dates below)
Host: The Hincks-Dellcrest Centre 
Register: For more information or to register please visit here
Details: Please note that all 5 modules can be taken to obtain the certificate, or single modules can be attended as free-standing workshops.
  • MODULE 1: Supporting Children and Youth Facing the Dying of Someone Close to Them (Andrea Warnick - May 8, 2017)
  • MODULE 2: When Death Darkens the Door: Supporting Bereaved Children and Youth (Andrea Warnick - May 9, 2017)
  • MODULE 3: Supporting Grieving Children and Families Using Mindfulness and Compassion (Andrea Warnick & Andrew Blake - May 10, 2017)
  • MODULE 4: When Grief Gets More Complicated (Andrea Warnick and Liana Lowenstein - May 11, 2017)
  • MODULE 5: Dancing in the Darkness: Creative Approaches to Working with Grieving Children and Youth (Andrea Warnick and Lisa Toye - May 12, 2017)

About BON

Our Mission

Bereavement Ontario Network is a network of individuals, groups, and organizations which, through the exchange of ideas, resources, and energy, is dedicated to helping the bereaved and the dying.

 

Bereavement Ontario Network (BON) is a diverse group of organizations and individuals across Ontario that work in the field of grief and bereavement as professionals and volunteers.

 

BON provides opportunities to access, in a reciprocal manner, the knowledge, experience, wisdom, and sensitivity of other members in Ontario. You can use BON to access this support for your clients and yourself.

 

Membership in the Bereavement Ontario Network is open to individuals, volunteer organizations, small business, and corporations. If your work brings you in contact with bereaved individuals, BON can help you to help them.

 

BON offers an annual conference, a directory of members, this newsletter, website, and the services of volunteer regional representatives. These representatives are available to answer questions and to refer you to available resources within your region.

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