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Meet Tim, The founder of Right to Hope.

Timothy Hiebert, the company's founder is passionate about advancing holistic care practices in Manitoba.  He is here to help you to achieve a sustainable, practical and fulfilling quality of life.  He promises to meet you wherever you are in your life.  Through getting to know you, working together, connecting with your community and supportive systems and embracing your values, he aims to help you design and maintain important plans to meet your current challenges.  He is a thoughtful collaborator and you can trust in his experience, creativity, empathy, compassion and willingness to act with you and on your behalf.  

Meet Timothy

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Tim is an experienced counsellor, community treatment worker, hands-on palliative and personal care provider, care-plan manager and Reiki practitioner. Tim Hiebert’s training and experience stem from the University of Manitoba (Applied Counselling Diploma), Douglas College (End-of-life Doula Certificate), Boundary Trails Health Centre (Compassionate Care and Palliative Care Training Certificate), Alzheimer's Society of Toronto (Dementia Care Practitioners Certificate) (U-First Dementia Sensitive Care Program), 10 years of front-line work with various vulnerable populations and ongoing, active volunteerism.  Tim was inspired to create Right to Hope following a multi-year journey as his grandfather's primary caregiver.  Together, with love and creativity, they navigated complex situations related to illness, ageing, dementia, loss of mobility and preparing for death at home.  At no point did they run out of ways to keep hope alive, however changing and fleeting that hope may have been.  Tim was at his Granpa's side when he died peacefully in his own bed, in his own home, free of pain and fear.  Tim's job was completed,  his greatest teacher was laid to rest and together with his brilliant partner Karina they began the work of supporting others.

Meet Karina, Consultant, Company Strategist & Admin Support


Karina Cardona Claros provides administrative support, space and accessibility consults and advises on strategic direction for Right To Hope. Throughout her career, Karina has taught courses in Business Administration for Red River College, studied for her MA in Geography (Health, Mobility and Disability) at the University of Manitoba and worked in areas of advocacy, research, and philanthropy to identify and support community health needs. Specific to seniors "aging-in-place," Karina has completed consultations for organizations such as the Transportation Options Network for Seniors and the Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat.


Our Promise

You and your needs are at the heart of our care work. We promise to learn from you and to grow with you, embracing the person that you are. In order to do this, we will listen and adapt creatively. We promise to treat you with kindness, respect and to honour the person that you are. Through these loving gestures, we nurture your right to hope.

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