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  1. Trained volunteers provide one-on-one telephone and internet based peer support for people with a diagnosis of MS and their caregivers.
  2. Registered nurses are available 24-hours a day to answer health questions over the phone and will:Help you determine whether you require emergency or non-urgent medical attentionProvide current, reliable information related to your health issueOffer helpful gu...
  3. Provides in-person support groups for individuals who have ADHD, their friends and family, or have questions about ADHD. The meetings are led by a volunteer peer facilitator in an accepting environment where attendees can share their experiences, offer support...
  4. Provides in-person support groups for individuals who have ADHD, their friends and family, or have questions about ADHD. The meetings are led by a volunteer peer facilitator in an accepting environment where attendees can share their experiences, offer support...
  5. Provides online meetings for individuals who have ADHD, their friends and family or have questions about ADHD. Includes:Online Support Group: Volunteer led online meeting that is equivalent to the in-person meetingsWeekly Planning Sessions: Weekly online meeti...
  6. Individuals can access their personal health information and request changes to those records.Request a Copy of Hospital Medical Record:To access personal health information an individual must contact the Heath Records Department at the health facility where c...
  7. Provides support to caregivers and individuals recovering from a stroke. Includes: Skill developmentPeer supportExercise and movementSpeech and communicationEducationOnce registered, a local After Stroke coordinator will contact the applicant and develop perso...
  8. Provides an hour-long online peer meeting for individuals with aphasia and other communication disabilities.
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