Living Every Season Program
Sunny days. Rainy days. We’ll be there.
A support program for Albertans with life-limiting illness.
The Living Every Season program provides safe, confidential support in a social setting designed for adults who are living with a life-limiting illness.
The regular, interactive sessions of the Living Every Season program create an empathetic community for participants to connect with others, learn from speakers and continue to live a good life while also living with a terminal diagnosis.
A life-limiting diagnosis can bring feelings of fear and isolation. The Living Every Season program is here to help.
Volunteer with the Living Every Season Program
Who Can Participate?
Adult Albertans who are navigating life with a terminal diagnosis are welcome to join. This participation-based program is designed for individuals who can understand and communicate with others. Interested in participating? Complete the form below and the Living Every Season coordinator will connect with you soon.
Each Living Every Season session, led by a trained facilitator, includes a check-in time for participants to share their successes, challenges and coping skills from the past week. At each session, an interactive guest speaker presents on topics related to life-limiting illness, palliative supports and everyday changes, challenges and hopefulness. No topic is off limits and suggestions are welcome. Each gathering includes time to socialize with the other participants, the speaker and the facilitator.
A support program for Albertans with life-limiting illness
The Living Every Season (LES) program operates in-person meetings in several different communities and has several virtual groups.
Please complete the intake form and the LES program coordinator will be in touch with you soon.
Volunteer to support people living with terminal illness.
The Living Every Season (LES) program trains you as a volunteer to enable you to work with an LES support group.
Currently, we are accepting applicants for several positions in different communities.