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counselling registered psychologist Pam MoskieCounselling Services
Pamela Moskie M.A., Registered Psychologist
Contact Pam Moskie, M.A., Registered Psychologist Phone 780-608-0573 Hours Daytime, some evening appointments. Fee As outlined by the Psychologists Association of Alberta's recommended fee schedule. Sliding fee scale available. Health insurance may help with the cost. Description
Individual, adult counselling; mind/body; stress management. Pamela is also a “Registered Yoga Teacher”.
Parents Empowering Parents
Phone 780-293-0737 Toll Free 1-877-991-2737 firstname.lastname@example.org Website https://pepsociety.ca/ Parents Empowering Parents Facebook Page Hours Free Description
Education, innovative programming, support and hope for individuals or families dealing with or concerned about substance abuse/addiction. For families with children of any age, including adult children. All groups are professionally facilitated by persons trained in addictions and recovery, knowledge based experience and facilitation. Information/schedules for Parents Empowering Parents Society Family Recovery group, Virtual Groups, and U Turn for Youth-Bi-weekly meetings can be viewed at www.pepsociety.ca. The Family Recovery Group has MEDD-X participants (motivational education/experience for ex-drug dealers) provides insight into the impact drug dealing has on individuals, families, and the community, as well as a therapeutic opportunity for change. A professionally managed recovery support line is available day/evenings/weekends.
Parkinsons support group parkison diseaseSupport Groups
Parkinson Association of Alberta
Phone 780-425-6400 Toll Free 1-800-561-1911 email@example.com Website www.parkinsonassociation.ca Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Closed on weekends Fee Annual membership fee is $25.00. No charge for support group. Community Camrose Description
For an immediate response to Parkinson Disease related issues and concerns call 1-877-243-9992. Camrose support group for individuals with Parkinson disease & their caregivers meets the 2nd. Wed. of each month from 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Please contact 780-425-6400 for details.
Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD)
Address 3rd. Floor Gemini Centre 6708 - 48 Ave. Camrose T4V 4S3 Phone 780-679-5059 Fax 780-608-4075 Website www.alberta.ca/persons-with-developmental-disabilities-pdd.aspx Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Description
PDD helps eligible adults with developmental disabilities get services to live as independently as possible in their community. Please visit the PDD website for information on program eligibility, resources and how to apply.
HelplineHome Support Services
Toll Free 1-800-543-3546 Fax 1-800-313-9764 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.lifeline.ca Hours Admin Hours: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time Fee Call for details. Description
An easy to use medical alert service that lets you summon help any time of the day (even if you can’t speak). You just press your Personal Help Button, worn on a wristband or as a pendant, and a highly trained Personal Response Associate will ensure you get help fast. Philips Lifeline now offers HomeSafe and AutoAlert wireless options, and GoSafe, the mobile alert system that gives you the freedom to go where you want.
Planit Consulting Home supportHome Support Services
Plan It Consulting Inc.
Contact Christine Ginther - Owner; Laurie MacDonald - Companion Coordinator Address 1, 4825 - 51 St. Camrose T4V 1R9 Phone 780-672-0063 Fax 780-672-9703 email@example.com Website www.planitconsult.ca Fee Vary with service Description
All services provided through companionship and friendship. Find us on Facebook.
A) In-home Support/Household Management; monitoring care; visiting; preparing meds, personal management.
B) Community Support – shopping and errands; medical appointments; attending church; accessing community events/day trips/holidays; walking and leisurely activities.
C) Respite – giving caregivers a break.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum, FASD Prairie CentralDisabilities
Prairie Central FASD Association
Contact Donald James Falk (Director) Address #205, 4917 - 50 Ave. Camrose T4V 0S2 Phone General Inquiries 780-385-3717; Prevention/Education 587-386-0186 Ext. 1; Clinical Services 587-386-0186 Ext. 2 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.prairiecentralfasd.ca Prairie Central FASD Association Facebook Page Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Description
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) includes a range of disabilities caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol. We provide: Coordinated access to support services for children and adults; FASD assessment and diagnosis; Indicated and targeted prevention; Information and education about FASD and the prevention of FASD.
Home Support Services
Priority Care Call
Toll Free 1-877-322-0334 Fax 1-403-234-0373 email@example.com Website www.prioritycarecall.com Hours 8:30 - 5:00, Mon. - Fri. Description
An Alberta owned and operated company servicing Alberta since 2002. Offer affordable, reliable, and friendly service to those needing a personal response system. We carry Home Based medical alerts and GPS medical alerts that go everywhere you do. Our systems can detect a fall, send text alerts to family and call us for help in any situation. Rest easily knowing that we are there and will send the help you need, notify your contacts of choice and we will NOT hang up until help has arrived.