COVID-19 Resources

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AccessMHA Mental Health Resources

AccessMHA makes it easier to help find mental health and/or substance use support, services, and care. They eliminate the guesswork and work with you to...

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Patient Communication

Please take a few minutes to carefully read these important information in this COVID-19 update from our clinic. We want to support you in taking...

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Return to School Attestation

Ottawa Public Health (OPH) is aware that families may face challenges getting their child back into school or daycare after they experience non-COVID related symptoms...

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How to Take Your BP at Home

Taking your blood pressure at home is quick, simple, and convenient, but there are a few things you need to do to ensure you are...

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Mental Health Crisis Services

It is normal that situations like COVID-19 can affect your mental health and it’s completely OK to ask for help.  Here are some mental health...

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FAQ: COVID-19 and Diabetes

Here are frequently asked questions and answers about COVID-19 and diabetes from Diabetes Canada.  The questions include: How does COVID-19 affect those living with diabetes? How...

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Recovery Nutrition & Hydration

Unintentional weight loss during illness is a sign that the body is losing fluids and using fat and muscle for energy and protein in order...

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Blood Pressure Medication

Here is some information from Diabetes Canada about the importance of taking your blood pressure medication, if prescribed to you and you have diabetes. Additional Resources...

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How to Prepare

Here are some tips from Diabetes Canada to help you prepare for COVID-19 if you have diabetes. Additional Resources None at this time. Please Share Please share this...

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