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In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the GBG Team created a webpage for our clients and their employees to access information faster from our preferred providers. Please feel free to share our ‘Helpful Links’ page with your colleagues, family and friends.
Contact NCHR if you need support with temporary layoffs, EI or other HR-related challenges (last updated 09/17/20).
TELUS Health Virtual Care (formerly EQ Care) provides virtual health care in a convenient and confidential manner. Doctors and specialists are available 24/7 in either English or French. Learn more. If you’d like to know more about this service or are interested in implementing virtual care for your employees, please contact your GBG Advisor.
The Federal government continues to update the economic status and financial relief efforts daily. We will post related links here as they become available:
If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact Trevor for help and/or advice.
TELUS Health Virtual Pharmacy (formerly Alliance Pharmacy) is a full-service pharmacy that makes managing your prescriptions easy. With low dispensing fees and shipping charges, they deliver prescriptions to almost anywhere in Canada.
LifeWorks™ by Morneau Shepell is available to help. If your benefits plan includes this EAP, they are also sending emails directly to members. www.lifeworks.com/ca
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If you have a parent living in a long-term care facility, or one on the waiting list for admission, we know what a challenging and stressful time this is for you and your family. Karen Cumming and Patricia Milne took their own experience and published a helpful guide, as well as produce an ongoing enewsletter of support.
Concerned about you and/or your family’s mental health while adapting to the current pandemic? Please don’t hesitate to contact these highly reputable organizations designed to help in times of crisis:
Morneau Shepell has partnered with the Ontario and Manitoba governments to provide free mental health support to residents during the COVID-19 pandemic through AbilitiCBT: an internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy.
This virtual platform is designed to help people develop skills and strategies to address symptoms of mild to moderate anxiety and/or depression. It can help people cope with challenges specifically related to COVID-19, including isolation, caring for family and community members, information overload, and stress.