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    Jo Fallon

    Jo Fallon

    Jo Fallon envisioned and co-founded The Lighthouse Program for Grieving Children in Oakville, Ontario 11 years ago.    With a tirelessly committed Board of Directors and fabulous volunteers she has helped to nurture and guide The Lighthouse Program to what it has become today, a vibrant organization serving over a hundred families a year in
    the Halton region.

    Before moving from the UK to Canada fourteen years ago with her family, she worked in the Editorial Dept of Harpers & Queen Magazine in London  Jo became a Canadian citizen four years ago and has travelled extensively across Canada, a country she adores. Her proudest achievement are her two sons Oliver and Alex who blend their strong intellect with grace, insight and immense heart.

    Jo lives in Oakville with her two sons

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    3 Responses to “Jo Fallon”


    Karen October 2, 2010

    Since you live in Oakville, have you met Enid Stronach? She wrote a book about the death of her son and husband:

    http://www.insidehalton.com/what%27s%20on/article/847752–book-recounts-halton-author-s-survival-after-multiple-losses

    Marge McCabe February 6, 2012

    I met you at the YPI Awards in Toronto, 2011- we talked about Grief .

    Although a different source of grief families with disabled family members live with chronic grief- even if we don’t name it as such .
    I’d like to connect with you re: a Family Retreat on Care for Caregivers possibility of facilitating a Panel on the Grief /Impact of having a disabled family member on families, siblings and the family members themselves and how to walk through it , not getting stuck.
    Is this something you would do? I felt after meeting you that we need a dynamic person like you to do this.

    Thanks for any insight Marge