Kiana Lee

13
Mar

Enjoy a Rewarding Career, the Qualicare Way

Do you live in the Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, or Hamilton area and long for a rewarding, engaging career in healthcare? If you have the expertise and dedication to compassionate care, we at Qualicare Waterloo want to hear from you. We’re in the business of helping local communities thrive through in-home care and hospital staffing services that rise to meet the

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6
Mar

Be a Donor: Help Us Reach 233,000 Registrations by March 31st!

Did you know that nearly 2,000 people in Ontario are stuck having to wait for life-saving organ transplants? It just doesn’t make sense since most of us agree that organ donation is a very good thing. This wait hurts patients, their families, and even our economy in the long run. Fortunately, we can all lend a helping hand. The Trillium

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21
Feb

Simple Ways to Make an Impact on Climate Change

Fighting climate change might seem like a daunting task, but that’s not the case if we band together! While we at Qualicare Waterloo are always working hard to implement energy-efficient solutions while maintaining our established level of care, we know that there’s always more that can be done to help make a difference. With that said, here are some simple

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14
Feb

Canadian Heart & Stroke Month: Equitable Research

Did you know that the hearts of women are actually different than those of men? The fact of the matter is, females tend to develop heart problems such as blocked arteries and failures due to these differences, which can be compounded by unhealthy diets, a lack of exercise, and other detractors of heart health that also affect men. Since February

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24
Jan

The Year of the Nurse and the Midwife

Did you know that 2020 has been designated the Year of the Nurse and Midwife by the executive board of the World Health Organization (WHO)? This distinction has a lot of meaning behind it; these workers are some of the most dedicated and depended-on individuals in the field of healthcare. They help patients get the very most out of their

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17
Jan

Medical Exoskeletons: Making the World More Accessible

Ever heard of medical exoskeletons? These are specialized, highly customizable pieces of equipment designed to treat mobility-related issues. The sheer amount of choice is staggering, and most folks have a hard time determining which type of exoskeleton is best suited for their needs. Today, let’s go over the basics of medical exoskeletons to help you come to a more informed

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27
Dec

The End of a Decade: Defining Moments of the 2010s

If you’re lucky, you might experience the beginning of as many as ten decades in a lifetime. As the start of the 2020s nears ever-closer, our team at Qualicare Waterloo has been looking back at some of the defining moments from the past ten years. From incredible technological innovations to breakthroughs in assisted dying policies and more, there’s a lot

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20
Dec

How Vision Zero Aims to Keep Us Safe – and Efficient

Have you ever heard of the term “Vision Zero?” Many folks don’t know what it means even if they have, and as a provider of specialized in-home care, we at Qualicare Waterloo want to highlight the importance of the right to safe mobility. That’s what Vision Zero represents: Protecting local residents from traffic accidents as best as possible in hopes

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22
Nov

What is Mindfulness? Discover its Uses in Everyday Life

Mindfulness is a term that many of us struggle to comprehend – it can take on different meanings, depending on who you speak to. In actuality, it represents an ability to meditate on circumstances and the self, look inwards, reflect, alter our state of mind, and express that change in the way we behave outwardly. Doing so can influence everything

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15
Nov

Local Support for Bereaved Families

At Qualicare Waterloo, we know firsthand how stressful coping with loss can be – as well as how integral proper support is for local bereaved families. The silver lining to such a trying time for families in Waterloo Region and Guelph and Wellington Counties is that the Bereaved Families of Ontario’s Midwestern Region is here to help.  Today, let’s explore

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