Aboyne Rural Hospice

Our Vision, With Your Support

Land Acknowledgement

The proposed ten-bed Aboyne Rural Hospice sits on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe, recognized as Gitchi Mikinaak or Turtle Island, incorporating the treaty lands and territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee and the earlier Attawandaron.

We recognize this land has been and continues to be inhabited by other nations as Gizhe Mnidoo (The Creator) intended.

We are not the original stewards of these lands, but we honour a sacred trust to uphold the sanctity of Mother Earth and her people, ensuring their renewal for generations to come.

We are dedicated to establishing meaningful and collaborative relationships with Indigenous peoples and respecting traditional beliefs associated with the circle of life.

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Quality of life

Our Purpose

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To provide person-centered palliative care at end-of-life.

To provide respite care for those living with a life-limiting illness.

To provide emotional support and bereavement care for families and caregivers.

Our Location

Aboyne Rural Hospice will be located within Wellington County’s Aboyne Rural Campus thanks to the County’s generous land donation.

 We will be located on Frederick Campbell Street, near the Beatty Line entrance to the campus.

Contact us: 

Aboyne Rural Hospice

P.O. Box 3004, Elora, Ontario  N0B 1S0



Several years ago, the care and support provided by the hospice made a huge difference in my mother's final days. They were not only professional but also compassionate and understanding. I am forever grateful for their services. I support the creation of a local hospice.


If you have any questions or would like to learn more about our proposed facility and the services we will offer, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us. 

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“Everyone should have access to dignified end-of-life care that respects the wishes of the patient and their loved ones.”

Jane McKenna, MPP for Burlington. Ontario’s Government for the People Supporting Compassionate End-of-Life Care. Ontario News Release. December 10, 2018.

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