Groups First Approach = Expanded Access to Care

Through a groups first approach, our health professionals can serve more individuals and reserve one-on-one care for those with more complex health needs.

Our patient self-management education groups are led by dietitians, mental health counsellors, nurses, nurse practitioners, occupational therapists, and pharmacists.

Groups offer many benefits, improving patient quality of life, and empowering patients by teaching them the knowledge and skills they need to manage their conditions effectively.

Our team can address specific concerns and offer evidence-based strategies. Patients can then make informed decisions, stick to treatment plans, and recognize early signs of complications, reducing the need for emergency care.

Additionally, the group setting offers emotional support and a sense of community, where patients can share experiences and coping strategies, further boosting their confidence and motivation.

Group program participation in 2023-2024

Overall, these groups lead to better health outcomes, increased patient satisfaction, and potentially lower healthcare costs due to fewer hospitalizations and complications.

Learn more about our group programs below or visit our website:

About our Group Programs

Open to the general

Open to patients of specific partners

Open to the public — for patients/clients, caregivers

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