A blog and website that offers support and perspective to those caring for a family member or friend of any age who is facing disabling, chronic, acute or terminal health issues.
An online directory of up-to-date information about essential social services for people living in London and Middlesex, Ontario.
|Joint Replacement Resources|
Provides resources that will help prepare people for what to expect before, during and after joint replacement surgery, including access to patient guides and community resources within the South West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) region of Ontario.
|Mental Health at School|
This website is a community resource created through the Mental Health and Addictions Nurses (MHAN) initiative to help teachers, students, parents, and providers find local services that can help.
|Quest for Quality|
Provides quality improvement resources for Health Service Providers and partners who want to make health care better.
|South West Behavioural Supports Ontario|
Education and support in managing responsive behaviours, such as aggression, wandering, physical resistance or agitation, as well as links to community resources.
|South West Hospice Palliative Care Network|
An alliance of community agencies, hospitals, long-term care homes, and other stakeholders who are all committed to continuously improving hospice palliative care services.
|South West Self Management Program|
A program that provides a coordinated approach to support clients, caregivers and health care providers with self management.
|South West Regional Wound Care Program|
This site contains a wealth of self-learning and teaching resources for health care professionals and members of the public interested in integrated, evidence-informed skin and wound care in the South West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN).
If you, or someone you care about, has had a stroke, you probably want to know where you can get more information and help. Learn more about the many services available to help people who have survived a stroke, their family members and their caregivers.