Helpful resources and links for healthful living

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Cardiac Rehab
Chronic Pain

For further resources regarding chronic pain click on the links below.

Chronic Pain: What is it and what can you do about it? By Providence Health Care

Yoga, Tai Chi, & Aqua Fit classes. Centre Wellington Community Guide

VON SMART Exercise Program

Take Charge: A Chronic Disease Self-Management Program 

YouTube videos:

Chronic pain education offered occasionally through the FHT. Please call 519-843-3947 ext. 130 for more information.


Diabetes Education

Waterloo Wellington Diabetes – You have just been diagnosed with Diabetes now what?

Introduction to Diabetes Webinar Diabetes: Back to Basics – In this webinar, Amy Waugh Certified Diabetes Educator, provides a great introduction to prediabetes and Type 2 diabetes for those recently diabetes or as a refresher for those why may have had diabetes for some time. Learn about the signs and symptoms, what is going on in your body that makes blood sugars higher than normal, how to make sense of your bloodwork results and how you can optimize your diet and lifestyle to improve your blood sugar levels and manage your long- term health. 

WW Diabetes – Web Based Resources

Fall Prevention


Your Pharmacist Can Now Do More for You!

As of December 11, 2020, Ontario pharmacists are now authorized to: Administer the flu vaccine to children as young as two years old Renew prescriptions in quantities of up to one year’s supply This expanded scope of practice adds to the list of healthcare

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NEW – Local Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

As of January, 2021 The Upper Grand Family Health Team is now offering a local Cardiac Rehab program for the residents of Centre Wellington, Arthur and surrounding areas. Our program is a satellite of the St. Mary’s General Hospital Cardiac Rehabilitation Program in Waterloo

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The Winter Blahs

Now that we have set our clocks back, the leaves have fallen, and the cold weather is setting in, we may find ourselves moving less and our activity levels plummeting. One way the Upper Grand Family Health Team has been staying active and connected

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