The last few months have been a testament to the fact that the world is ever changing in unexpected ways.
I am 60 years old. Some days I feel every day of this age and others I wonder how it could possibly be that I’m the old lady my mom used to be.
This guest blog comes to you from Cassandra Leblanc one of HDGH therapy professionals. We had talked a little bit about the pandemic pay decision by government following one of the staff huddles...
I’ve invited a very important colleague, friend and HDGH Champion as a contributor for June’s Blog. HDGH would not be the organization it is without our Patient and Family Advisory Council.
May’s Blog is a shout out to our nurses. No one could have predicted the world we are seeing today, but perhaps what we COULD have predicted is the way our HDGH nurses have come together and grown through this crisis.
This month’s blog is written by a colleague and friend Leigh Vachon who is currently serving as the ED for Victoria Manor. She writes from a unique perspective that I personally have learned from and hope you will as well.
With the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Salvation Army Grace Hospital on University Avenue upon us, it seems like a good time to delve into this legacy and heritage for February’s blog.
Have you ever thought about what you would go back and change if you had the chance? I have. One thing I would do is talk to my younger self and say "ask for help" - more specifically, ask for help in how to be a better mom.
I’ve been thinking a lot about kindness lately and what it truly means to have a positive impact on others. I think this subject is especially still top of mind due to HDGH’s recent launch of the iPledge campaign.
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