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Coping Skills Workshop Caregiving can be tough! Develop your coping skills at our next free Coping Skills Workshop on May 24th. Click HERE for details and to register. Tele-Workshop: Anxiety Learn about effects and treatments and what you can do … Continue reading →
For information about the free programs AMI-Quebec is offering this month and in December, take a look at their bulletin. Programs include: Support groups Counseling for caregivers coping with mental illness in a loved one Financial stability for your loved … Continue reading →
Caring for People with Psychosis and Schizophrenia Explore the key issues related to caring for a relative with psychosis or schizophrenia, with this short, free online course. Join now, starts October 12 October 6, 7-8:15 p.m. (EST) Borderline Personality Disorder Teleconference … Continue reading →
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Info-Social, the social and counselling telephone service offered by Info-Santé, is now available in the Lower Saint Lawrence 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Info-Social can help you with problems such as stress, anxiety, depression, grief, violence, heart-break, … Continue reading →
It is believed that there are at least 300,000 family caregivers who provide support and care for senior citizens suffering from a loss of autonomy or requiring specific and continuing care over an extended period of time in the province … Continue reading →