Support Links

The Canadian Drug Review is a comprehensive online database for information on all drugs that are, or have been part of the CDR approval process.  For additional information, select the following link – www.wyatthealth.com/cdr-tracker

Provincial Public Drug Benefit Programs offer a drug benefit plan for eligible groups. Some are income-based universal programs. Most have specific programs for population groups that may require more enhanced coverage for high drug costs.  For further information, select the following link – www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hcs-sss/pharma/acces/ptprog-eng.php

Disability Tax Credits and deductions are available for persons with disabilities, their supporting family members, and their caregivers.  For further information, select the following link – www.cra-arc.gc.ca/disability

Dieticians of Canada is the voice of the profession.  Their vision is to advance health through food and nutrition.  For further information, select the following link - http://www.dietitians.ca/

Canadian Sleep Society is a national organization committed to improving sleep for all Canadians through: support for research, promotion of high quality clinical care, education of professionals and the public, and advocacy for sleep and sleep disorders medicine.  For further information, select the following link -  http://css-scs.ca/

Canadian Mental Health Association is a nation-wide, voluntary organization, that promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. For further information, select the following link -  http://www.cmha.ca/

MedicAlert is the only medical ID bracelet that supports Canadians with a 24-hour notification of loved ones, and a special hotline for paramedics to get access to detailed health records in less than 5 seconds.  For further information, select the following link -    https://www.medicalert.ca/

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