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The School Therapy OT Program is a school-based program that offers occupational therapy to children in a school environment from kindergarten to grade 12. The goals of the program are to work as a member of the school team and support students to successfully participate in school activities and...
The Patient Registry Program helps connect Islanders to a family doctor or nurse practitioner who is accepting new patients, whether you have just moved to Prince Edward Island or have relocated within the province., You should contact the patient registry if you:, do, not, have a family doctor or...
Contains information about the Lifestyle Triple P group program that is designed to support parents of overweight or obese children aged 5-10 years. It gives parents tips and tools to promote healthier family eating and to encourage kids to be more active.
Registered Dietitians with the Public Health and Family Nutrition Program support healthy eating, enjoyment of food, and positive eating behaviours, all of which promote healthy growth and development and prevent chronic disease. , What services are provided?, Services for pregnant women,...
Your physician or nurse practitioner can refer you to the , Cardiac Rehab Program, by submitting this referral form. An exercise stress test , must, be sent in with your referral. If you meet the inclusion criteria for the program, you will be contacted for an assessment appointment. For more...
Your physician or nurse practitioner can refer you to the , Pulmonary Rehab Program, by submitting this referral form. If you meet the inclusion criteria for the program, you will be contacted for an assessment appointment. For more information, visit the Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Programs .
Throughout the month of November, COPD screening and diabetes risk assessment clinics will be offered across the province in various locations. The clinics will provide information about COPD and appropriate participants will be encouraged to take the Canadian Lung Health Test . If you meet the...
A , free Breastfeeding Drop-in Clinic, will be held every , Wednesday and Friday, from , 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., at the Public Health Nursing Office in Charlottetown located at Sherwood Business Centre, Entrance "C", 161 St. Peter's Road. No appointment is required. The clinic is open...
If you are living with diabetes or at risk of developing diabetes, the Provincial Diabetes Program can provide you with education, support and management advice. What can the Provincial Diabetes Program do for me? The Diabetes Program can offer you information and support on:, Getting Started...
A stroke is a, medical emergency, caused by a loss of blood to the brain from a blocked artery or ruptured blood vessel. Brain cells in the affected area die because they are not getting enough oxygen. The faster someone gets treatment, the better the chance of saving brain cells, and decreasing...