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Connected Care Stories

In this rapidly-changing time, one thing that remains is our commitment to provide full continuity of care to our clients. Here are some of our clients' stories on how they’ve adapted to using our virtual care / telehealth services to stay safe and connected through their recovery.

 

 

 

This is the story of how our team helped a client to manage her osteoarthritis, along with anxiety and depression that she had been experiencing for an extended period of time. They enabled her to continue her treatment program at home via telehealth, and introduced her to relaxation techniques to support her mental well-being, including breath control and mindfulness …

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When a new client was involved in an accident that left her with a concussion, the incident created significant challenges for her at home and impacted her ability to continue working. From supporting her virtually, to guiding her through strengthening exercises and relaxation strategies, to connecting with her employer on work modifications, our team assisted the client in making a safe recovery at home and returning to work…

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In this ‘Connected Care Story’, our team assisted a client in recovering from pain sustained after a car accident, and learning how to mentally pick herself up afterwards…

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In this ‘Connected Care Story’, our team in Kingston, Ontario quickly rallied to adapt and took all the necessary measures to ensure their clients felt safe and could continue treatment when the city experienced a COVID-19 outbreak…

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This ‘Connected Care Story’ features a client who experienced intense pain in her wrist, eventually leaving her with no choice but to stop the hobbies and active lifestyle she enjoyed. After connecting with our team, she was able to begin virtual rehabilitation and learned helpful strengthening exercises to ease her symptoms…

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In this ‘Connected Care Story’, a client who experienced a traumatic event was referred to our team. The client was a healthy young man who worked as a courier. He was about halfway through his route deliveries one day, when he was held up at gunpoint. The incident traumatized him and left him with distressing psychological symptoms. Through specialized therapy, the client and his healthcare team worked together to identify and confront his triggers…

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This ‘Connected Care Story’ features a client in Campbell River, BC who sustained a shoulder injury from a fall. Through online sessions and a customized exercise plan, the client’s physiotherapist helped her to increase her shoulder mobility and eliminate the pain she was experiencing…

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In this ‘Connected Care Story’, a client sustained a concussion, causing significant changes in his career, mood and personal life. Through virtual therapy sessions, our Mississauga, ON team was able to help him rebuild his emotional well-being and relationships at home…

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Our team is empowering clients in every step of their recovery at home. When one of our clients was left with neck pain from a car accident, our Toronto, ON team helped to virtually assess her injuries and educate her on how to effectively manage her pain…

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Our team is empowering clients in every step of their recovery at home. When one of our clients was left with neck pain from a car accident, our Toronto, ON team helped to virtually assess her injuries and educate her on how to effectively manage her pain…

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In this ‘Connected Care Story’, CAA stepped in to provide vital roadside assistance to one of our personal support workers when she experienced a flat tire while on her way to see her clients in Aurora, ON…

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When we come across stories like this ‘Connected Care Story’ of a client who creatively showed their gratitude to our nurses in Napanee, ON, it reminds us of all that our nurses do and the impact they make in our clients’ lives…

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During Mental Health Week, we’re working ever more presently to support our clients with their mental health and well-being at home. Our team helped a client to work through his anxiety and feel more calm and motivated…

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We’re proud to offer virtual care / telehealth services for our younger clients as well, creating an online learning environment for them to engage and build valuable skills, while staying connected to one another virtually…

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A client in Abbotsford, British Columbia was struggling with pain from a workplace injury and our team responded with providing support, education and coping strategies she was able to receive virtually…

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Telehealth services continue to play an important role in enabling us to provide treatment to our clients during COVID-19, such as with a young student in need of speech language therapy in South Huron County, Ontario…

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When one of our client's face-to-face physiotherapy sessions came to a halt due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, her CBI Health team in Beaconsfield, Quebec used online video chats to continue her treatment...

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As the COVID-19 pandemic escalates, our team in Georgetown, Ontario helped to safely provide treatment for a client suffering from PTSD, anxiety and depression...

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, our team in Calgary (Chinook), Alberta has been using telehealth and video chat services to provide treatment for a client recovering from a concussion...

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At CBI Health, we’re humbled by the complete dedication and sacrifice our home health team has demonstrated to continue providing families with the care they need. We are 13,000 strong and working hard to keep your loved ones safe and healthy during COVID-19. #HelpUsHelpYou

 

 

 

Resiliency and unity have taken on new meaning for our staff in the past weeks. Our Home Health team in Nova Scotia show continued strength in doing all they can to provide care for our community and loved ones. We’re all in this together and will get through this, one day at a time. #NovaScotiaStrong