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Drawing on Experience to Face Evolving Challenges: Mental health, HIV and Aging

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Huntington disease 101 - From a Clinician’s and Family Member’s Perspective

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Issues in Mental Health in Long-term Care

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Ontario is improving the health care system to give patients better connected care, focused on their needs

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Transition of School-Based Rehabilitation Services in Publicly-Funded Schools

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Supervisor appointed for Addictions and Mental Health Services – Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington

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Notice of Intent to Appoint Supervisor for Addictions and Mental Health Services – Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington

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The Brain Health and Wellness Project will provide interested clinicians with free training and easy-to-use paper tools and The Wellness App developed by the Fountain of Health Initiative.  These tools take only 5 minutes to use in routine care, have been field-tested by over 500 patients, a...
​January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Join the Alzheimer Society in its campaign to end the stigma associated with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. The campaign features the inspiring personal stories of Canadians living with dementia. By reading their stories, we c...
With partial funding from a grant from the EnAbling Change Program with support from the Government of Ontario, Parkinson Canada recently produced a booklet entitled “At Ease: A guide to improving accessibility in the workplace and on route for people with invisible disabilities.” The...