We were pleased to participate in a campaign, alongside our partners like AGE-WELL, on empowering aging Canadians.
For stroke awareness month, we wanted to share some life changing stories of stroke rehabilitation.
This week, Canada released its first-ever dementia strategy. The national strategy outlines three objectives.
While it’s important to raise awareness of the health and well-being issues faced by aging people, this month aims to celebrate seniors who are making important contributions to their communities.
We welcomed close to 300 people throughout the day. It’s clear that Ottawans are excited about the research happening here and its potential for helping people stay healthy and autonomous.
Join Bruyère Foundation and its employees, supporters, partners, and suppliers for its annual golf tournament at Meadows Golf and Country Club.
Join Suzanne Le Blanc as she shares her journey and discusses her recentbook Augmentez vos chances de guérison, which speaks to the themeof the power of determination.
Bruyère’s Artist-in-Residence program aims to improve the quality of life for our patients and caregivers by giving them the opportunity to express themselves creatively.
In early May 2019, Peggy Taillon, President and CEO of the Bruyère Foundation was awarded the Ontario Medical Association Centennial Award.
Happy National Nursing week! Today and every day we are grateful to the over 700 nurses at Bruyère!
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