We hosted a second clinic for people living with and impacted by HIV/AIDS in the region and had a special guest stop by.
A new risk calculator can help predict how long an older adult will live, and support end-of-life planning.
Canadian researchers have built and validated an online calculator that empowers individuals 55 and over to better understand how they can reduce their risk of being diagnosed with dementia in the next five years.
La Cité, in partnership with Bruyère’s Saint-Louis Residence, launched a Living Classroom designed to accelerate the training for new personal support workers in our community.
The AIDS Committee of Ottawa (ACO) in partnership with Ottawa Public Health, the City of Ottawa and Bruyère is hosting a targeted vaccine clinic for people living with and impacted by HIV/AIDS in the Ottawa area.
When open, east-end Ottawa residents will be able to benefit from integrated, needs-based programs offered in both official languages and close to home in a welcoming building inspired by nature.
Following the direction of the province, the Bruyère vaccine clinic will be pausing administration of the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
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Bruyère has opened a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at 75 Bruyère St. in Lowertown. Learn more about eligibility and vaccine information.
New funding will enable expansion of RELIEF – a remote symptom-monitoring app – across parts of Ontario and Quebec.
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