Kiana Lee

2
Jul

Qualicare Office New Business Hours

Our team is excited to announce that we have new business hours, so we can stay connected and are available when you are. Our office will now be open from 6am-8pm, Every day of the week (weekdays and weekends). These hours apply for both our Kitchener-Waterloo Office, and our Hamilton Office. Feel free to call, email, and connect with our

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15
Jun

We’re Growing! New Hamilton Office Announcement

Qualicare South-Western Ontario is excited to announce that we have officially opened a new Hamilton Office, at 1521 Upper Ottawa St. Hamilton, ON. We are moving into this new space, and leaving our former office at 775 Upper Wentworth St. Our extremely dedicated team is looking forward to growing more in the Hamilton community. Qualicare South-Western Ontario is constantly growing,

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11
Jun

Communication Workshops for Healthcare Professionals in Local Communities

Tom Gantert, Professor at Fanshawe College, conducts workshops that teach practical communication for Healthcare Professionals, including individuals and organizations. Based out of London Ontario, Tom has provided an overview of the one-day workshop topics discussed. For more information, you can visit the Life Challenge Coaching website Here, or you can email Tom Here. “The first theme for the workshop is Finding

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6
Jun

Voting This Week in the KW Region

This Thursday, June 7th, vote. Your vote does matter and it makes a difference! To find more information about the election in our local KW region, visit the link Here. Elections Ontario has answers to any and all of your voting questions, feel free to visit the link Here. Macleans has also put together some information regarding the party platforms,

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22
May

Waterloo-Wellington Promises Specialized Healthcare App for Post-Care Information

Post-care information is integral to maintaining optimal wellness even after an individual heads home and recovers on their own; everything from their diet to daily medication intake hangs in the balance if proper, sufficient instruction is not provided. Therefore, we’re pleased to see that the Waterloo-Wellington Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) has invested $250,000 in assisting with the development of

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14
May

Music Therapy in Kitchener-Waterloo

Qualicare is always working with our clients, caregivers, and the public to continue learning and growing. With the world constantly changing, it is important to us to keep our information up-to-date, and keep informed about new (and old) therapy options. We met and interviewed with Tessa DAchille, a music therapist in the Kitchener-Waterloo Region. Tessa completed both her undergraduate and

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8
May

Luther Village Provides Specialized Dementia Care in Waterloo

When a loved one lives with memory loss and the onset of Dementia, it can prove a daunting and challenging task not only for them but for their families too. This is where the need for specialized care often arises. Workers in this field are explicitly trained in handling mild to moderate dementia cases and assume the responsibilities needed to

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7
May

Movies 4 Mental Health: Kitchener Event Raises Awareness at THEMUSEUM!

As Qualicare continues to bring awareness about our neighbor’s events, we are always looking to spread the news of new and exciting events in the community we share. We got in touch with Art With Impact, the nonprofit Organization who is hosting a great event this Thursday, May 10th. The event titled ‘Movies 4 Mental Health’ is coming to THEMUSEUM

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30
Apr

Shortage of PSWs in Ontario

The Healthcare industry has noticed a shortage of PSWs entering the field in the past few years. The number of PSWs is now at an all-time low, and Homecare companies are struggling to keep up with the rising demand for care. Why is this Happening? There has been a decline in the number of students entering the PSW programs, resulting

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24
Apr

Local Hospitals Given Funding Increase

On March 23rd, 2018, the Provincial Government of Ontario made an announcement that will impact the availability of medical treatment for the communities they serve in the Kitchener-Waterloo region. Hospitals in the area are receiving generous funding increases that will help deliver additional resources necessary to bettering the wellness and health of residents throughout the area. Which Hospitals are Receiving

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