NNFHT presents "Taking Care of You: Self Care for the Caregiver" workshop on September 11, 2018. Scroll down for more details.
Please note all sites of the NNFHT will be CLOSED on Monday September 3rd for Labour Day.
The Niagara North Family Health Team offers our patients a team approach to health care
Our health professionals teach students in medicine, nursing, social work and nutrition
1882 Niagara Stone Road, Virgil
145 Carlton Street, St. Catharines
22 Ontario Street, St. Catharines
9-605 Glenridge Ave, St. Catharines
Artists rendering of the new health centre in Virgil
Caring for someone can be rewarding but also stressful.
Caring for your own well being is one of the most important – but often neglected – things you can do as a Caregiver.
Speaker Bio: Denise Verreault began her tenure with the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region five years ago as a Francophone Family Support counselor. She is currently the Director of Education for the Society, and brings forth over 18 years of experience of both professional and personal experience working with and for persons living with cognitive changes and their care partners.
In this interactive workshop participants will have an opportunity to discuss as a group strategies for self-care. We will discuss the effects of caregiving, tips and strategies to ensure caregivers are taking time for self-care including sleep, nutrition and exercise.
Join us on Tuesday September 11, 2018 at the NOTL Community Centre for a 2.5 hour workshop. Morning and afternoon sessions are available. There is no fee to attend but pre-registration is required.
Please complete our registration form if you would like to attend.
The physicians and the Niagara North Family Health Team are excited to present their vision of an integrated health hub at the new Crossroads Health Centre. The new building will house not only our physicians and allied health professionals but will bring together other health services including Simpsons Pharmasave, Lifelabs and community palliative care services. Please click here to view the Question and Answer document from the March 14, 2018 meeting.
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