THU NOVEMBER 05 - THU 17
10:00AM - 12:00PM
COVID-19 has thrown the world for a loop and many of us are struggling to find our bearings and cope with the changes and uncertainty. Learn to manage symptoms of anxiety and panic through a cognitive…more details
As many children return to in-person learning this fall, we understand that the regular back-to-school excitement and nervousness is tempered by concerns, challenges, and questions about COVID-19 protocols. Below are links to Ontario Health's COVID-19 Management in Schools document, as well as the Return to School updates from the DSBN and NCDSB. If your child requires a COVID-19 screening test, please call Public Health for an appointment: dial 905-688-8248, then press 7.
Navigating the health care system can be confusing, especially when you are sick and just want to be treated. But different health concerns are best treated in specific locations. In fact, only the most serious illnesses and injuries should be seen at the Emergency Department. Most health concerns are best served at an Urgent Care Clinic or your family doctor’s office.where to go when you are sick
Our healthcare team is committed to providing safe, quality care in a timely manner.
Our office is aware of the Novel Coronavirus. We have implemented precautionary screening protocols for your safety and the safety of others.
|Up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Ontario||Ontario.ca Niagara Region Public Health|
|Ontario COVID-19 Test Results Portal||COVID-19 Test Results|
|Mental Health Tips||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health|
|Peer-to-peer mental health support community||Big White Wall|
|Mindfulness/Meditation videos||Tara Brach's Pandemic Care Resources|
|How to talk to your children about COVID-19 (videos)||Niagara Region Public Health|
|COVID-19 prevention information and FAQ||Ontario Medical Association CMA covidquestions.ca|
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