Patient Education

Public Health questions?   Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health

Choosing Wisely Canada    Patient Resources by Specialty

A respected source for health information:   Mayo Clinic

You're not alone.  For help and mental health support:

  • join Togetherall, a safe and anonymous peer support community that is accessible anytime anywhere
  • call HERE247 anytime to access Addictions, Mental Health and Crisis Services, 1-844-437-3247
  • visit The Canada Suicide Prevention Service to connect with responders by phone (24/7) or text (4pm-midnight), or for further resources

Parenting questions?   CARING FOR KIDS  provides parents with information about their child's and teen's health and well-being.  The site is developed by the Canadian Paediatric Society - the voice of more than 3,300 Canadian paediatricians. 

For women and their children who have experienced abuse and sexual violence:
Call Guelph Women in Crisis 24 hour Crisis Line #519-836-5710 or toll free # 1-800-265-7233 to see a Senior Rural Support Worker. 

Support After Suicide
How to help someone who is grieving - Here4Hope:  Support After Suicide 
Here4Hope suggested book resources:  Virtual Parent Bereavement Group 

Recipes from our Cooking Classes:

      Breakfast Recipes      Summer Salad Recipes

Dr. Mike Evans - Whiteboard videos:

⇒  23 and 1/2 hours: What has the biggest impact on your health?  (9:18)

⇒  The single most important thing you can do to manage stress  (11:00)

⇒  Concussion Management  (10:03)

⇒  What can you do to get through a crap week  (1:56)

⇒  Do more screening tests lead to better health?  (10:17)

⇒  What is the best advice for people on, or about to start, opioid medications?  (11:35)