“I just hope that I’m making a difference in peoples’ lives”. This is Norma, she has served many years as our volunteer coordinator, and without her, Nipissing Serenity Hospice would not be where it is today! Her enthusiasm and passion… Continue Reading →
I wrote my book, “Three Score and Ten, What Then?”, to help others. I wanted to provide information and promote awareness about long-term care. I feel we, as a society, need to do a better job of caring for our… Continue Reading →
A great way to offer your support to our community hospice is by staying up-to-date! We will keep you informed once a month on our building progress and include important news and announcements.
Nipissing Serenity Hospice recognizes that we are situated on the traditional lands of Nipissing First Nation, an Anishinabek community along the shores of Lake Nipissing. We acknowledge the enduring presence of First Nation, Anishinabek, Algonquin and Metis peoples on this land and are committed to moving forward in the spirit of reconciliation and respect.