When a loved one suffers a stroke, it can be an overwhelmingly stressful process to help them get back on their feet. Literally. A loss of mobility is a common side-effect and it can take many months or years of specialized therapy to restore the use and strength of all limbs, if possible. Today, let’s explore some key stages of
Milanny (“Lanny”) Ferrer has been chosen as Qualicare Ottawa’s first recipient of the Employee of the Year (EOTY) Award. Lanny is the winner because of her outstanding commitment to not only our company but especially to her clients. With frequent glowing reviews from her clients and their families, Lanny embodies Qualicare Ottawa’s core values in such a way that truly
March 8th is International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the women’s rights movement and commemoration of the accomplishments of women around the world. As part of the celebrations here in Ottawa, Mayor Jim Watson hosted a breakfast with special guest speakers Maryam Monsef, Minister of the Status of Women, and Catherine McKenna, Minister of the Environment and Climate Change. Qualicare Family
Qualicare Ottawa is proud to announce that Holly McCausland, DSW, is the recipient of the 2016 Healthcare Professional of the Year Award from Spinal Cord Injury of Ontario (SCIO). This was recently presented to Holly by Andrea Andrecyk at the Annual Mobility Vehicle Exhibition and BBQ Event right here in Ottawa. Holly was recognized for her competent and compassionate care
Come see us at our kiosk at Carlingwood Mall (2121 Carling Avenue) this Thursday and Friday! (March 21 – 22). We’ll be checking blood pressure for anyone who stops by from from 9-2.
Come see us at our kiosk at Carlingwood Shopping Centre (2121 Carling Avenue) this weekend! (Friday February 22 – Sunday Feb 24). We will be next to the Be A Donor booth.