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28 juillet 2020 par Dominique Bélanger
Avez-vous de la difficulté à comprendre ce qu'une personne dit lorsqu'elle porte un couvre-visage (masque) opaque ?Audition Québec, en collaboration avec Mireille Beaudoin, audiologiste au CIUSSS de la Capitale-Nationale, l’Association des personnes...
10 juillet 2020 par Dominique Bélanger
Nous vous invitons à visionner les capsules des différents organismes que l'Appui Capitale-Nationale finance pour les volets formation / information / soutien psychosocial dans le cadre du 9e appel de projets.Visionnez les capsules
29 juin 2020 par Dominique Bélanger
Étude qui s’adresse aux organismes communautaires qui œuvrent auprès des aînés et de leurs proches.Voici le lien pour obtenir plus de détails et pour accéder au sondage en ligne:  www.uqtr.ca/organismes_aines_covid19 Pour toutes informations, vous pouvez...

Activités


Proposé par Jeffery Hale Partners community

Caregivers notoriously put the needs of others before their own. This can have detrimental effects on both physical and mental health. Add a pandemic to the mix and chances are you could use a little TLC and advice from professionals on how to take better care of yourself right now.

Plan to join us for a 3-part summer online series entitled Taking Care of ME! The first two sessions will be offered twice (10 am and at 7 pm). You’re welcome to attend all three or just a few.

Registration is necessary to obtain login information.

Kindly email our community organizer for more details: [email protected] or 418-684-5333 Ext. 1539

Proposé par Jeffery Hale Partners community

Caregivers notoriously put the needs of others before their own. This can have detrimental effects on both physical and mental health. Add a pandemic to the mix and chances are you could use a little TLC and advice from professionals on how to take better care of yourself right now.

Plan to join us for a 3-part summer online series entitled Taking Care of ME! The first two sessions will be offered twice (10 am and at 7 pm). You’re welcome to attend all three or just a few.

Registration is necessary to obtain login information.

Kindly email our community organizer for more details: [email protected] or 418-684-5333 Ext. 1539

Proposé par Association bénévole de l'Île d'Orléans

Inscription obligatoire au lien : https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0oc-6rrjgtH9PeCZPnlM-qRKB6XlPoi-RQ

Après votre inscription, vous recevrez un e-mail de confirmation contenant les instructions pour rejoindre la réunion.

Durant le mois, distribution des tablettes numériques et initiation individuelle à l’utilisation.

Toutes les rencontres sont gratuites et vous pouvez recevoir un service de répit sur demande !

Suzanne Masson
Coordonnatrice des services pour proches aidants
418-828-1586 poste 2

Proposé par Jeffery Hale Partners community

With psychologist, David Martin
Caregivers notoriously put the needs of others before their own. This can have detrimental effects on both physical and mental health. Add a pandemic to the mix and chances are you could use a little TLC and advice from professionals on how to take better care of yourself right now.

Plan to join us for a 3-part summer online series entitled Taking Care of ME! The first two sessions will be offered twice (10 am and at 7 pm). You’re welcome to attend all three or just a few.

Registration is necessary to obtain login information.

RSVP:
Jan Anderson,
Community Organizer
[email protected]
418-684-5333 ext. 1539 wejh.ca

Proposé par Jeffery Hale Partners community

If you are approaching the end of life, or you care for someone who is, there are a number of options for care under Canada and Quebec’s current laws. Join us as our special guest speaker, Jennifer Hobbs Robert, Senior Advisor with JH Partners (retired Director of Nursing & Quality with Jeffery Hale – Saint Brigid’s) and Accreditation Canada Surveyor explains the various options. Find out how you can ensure that treatment is consistent with your final requests, or those of your loved one.

Gain a better understanding of what is meant by the terms palliative care, do not resuscitate orders; refusal or withdrawal of treatment; refusal of food and drink; palliative sedation to ensure comfort, medical assistance in dying and advanced medical directives.

For more information or to register, please contact :
Jan Anderson, Community Organizer
418 684-5333, Ext 1539 | [email protected]

You will then receive the log-in details so you can participate using your cellphone, tablet, computer, laptop or landline.