March the final winter hurdle. It can be a hard month mentally for many Canadians. Hang tight, we got this! Days are getting longer and temperatures are steadily rising.
March is an excellent time to spring clean, or reassess your mental health. In shifting gears from winter to spring, check in with yourself. How are you feeling? What’s your energy like? How are your moods these days? Take this time to reflect on small habit changes you can implement today to support your mental wellness.
Miscommunication about medication can hurt you or your loved one. That’s why Canadian Patient Safety Week 2017, which runs from October 30 to November 3 is focused on the "Take With Questions" campaign. Use the following 5 life-saving questions to give and take medicationFull Story >
The Upper Grand Family Health Team collaborates with many organizations to ensure that our patients have access to a wide range of interdisciplinary healthcare services. Our partners include: Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care The Waterloo-Wellington Local Health Integration Network Canadian Mental HealthFull Story >
By: Gwen Simms, Registered Dietitian, Mount Forest FHT Nutritious, inexpensive, and versatile with a nutritional profile associated with improved health. Have you heard about pulses? And are you incorporating these powerful food ingredients in your diet? What Is a Pulse? The terms ‘pulse’ andFull Story >
Heading back to school can be stressful for everyone, especially parents! While the children are filled with excitement, parents are filled with anxiety of potentially forgetting something or being prepared enough for the new routine. Whether this is your first time sending your child(ren)Full Story >
TV can be addicting. Do you actually watch what you watch? Are you aware of how you feel after you view something on a TV show, movie or documentary? “It turns out that what you watch, read, listen to and play can affect yourFull Story >
The Upper Grand Family Health Team is excited to launch its new patient blog! Please visit this page regularly to browse articles posted by our interdisciplinary team members about our programs and services, local community resources and seasonal tips to support you in meetingFull Story >