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  1. Provides online information to help Islanders understand: Warning signs and what to do if you think you or someone else is having a stroke Services available to stroke survivors General educational information about strokes
  2. Student Well-being TeamsProvided by: Government of Prince Edward Island - Department of Education and Lifelong Learning - AKA: Formerly Department of Education, Early Learning and Culture
    Provides free in-school supports and services for public school students who are struggling with mental, social and/or physical health issues. Examples of issues the teams can help with include: Anxiety Sleep issues Exercise Food Screen time Family...
  3. Support and Service NavigationProvided by: Epilepsy Association of the Maritimes - AKA: Formerly Epilepsy Association of Nova Scotia
    Provides support and navigation services through phone and email. Includes: Navigating health and social services Communicating with school or workplaces about epilepsy Connecting with supports in the community Finding additional resources
  4. Provides virtual support group meetings for caregivers of individuals diagnosed with a brain tumour. Peers help each other with emotional support and sharing of information related to brain tumours. There are two groups available: Eastern Canada and Western Ca...
  5. Provides regularly scheduled virtual support meetings for brain tumour patients and survivors. There are four groups: Atlantic Canada Eastern Canada Western Canada French speaking
  6. Volunteers provide weekly companionship to persons living with dementia who are still living in their home while providing respite for care partners and family members. 
  7. Provides an opportunity for young adults with varying degrees of hearing loss to connect, offer peer support to each other, and to become active members of their communities.
  8. Youth mentors provide support through digital communications to young people across Canada affected by Huntington disease.