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02/04/2020
Diabetes Support Group: Eating Away From Home
2:00 pm to 3:30 pm / Stratford - Sobeys Community Room / Drop-in group for those living with diabetes and/or their caregivers./ Each month has a different topic / Led by HPHA Diabetes Educators / Free!
06/05/2020
Moving Forward With Stroke - Stratford
2:00 pm to 3:30 pm / Stratford: Avondale United Church / A drop-in support group for adult stroke survivors and caregivers
Your blood type determines who you can donate to, or receive blood from. People with type O negative (O-) are considered universal donors, as they can donate red blood cells to all other blood type recipients. That’s why it’s always in high demand — it’s used in emergency situations when there is no time to test a patient’s blood type. Source: Canadian Blood Services
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Cathy Bachner

"My voice has given teams an idea what it's like to experience care from the patient's experience.  Around the HPHA table I have been treated respectfully and equally in my role as a patient partner.  Together we have worked on a wide variety of initiatives associated with planning, performance, research and evaluation."  Cathy

Jim Battle

"When I was approached to be a member of the Laboratory Unit Action Council I was happy to participate.  As a former patient my experience was very positive and giving something back in return made good sense to me.  My experience has been very rewarding."  Jim

Laurie Brown

"I'm a former healthcare provider and have supported family members in the hospital along with being a patient myself.  These perspectives along with the expertise of the HPHA team go far in improving the patient experience.  It's a good feeling to know you  have contributed ideas that resulted in positive outcomes."  Laurie