Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre will be able to continue to purchase much needed patient-care equipment and upgrade treatment areas thanks to a donation of $514,309.15 from the healthcare facility’s Foundation.
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HDS is very pleased to announce that Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Centre has once again been presented with a Green Hospital Scorecard Award.
Wilma experienced a number of our programs and through the help of all the therapists here, Wilma is able to function almost normally again. “I learned to maneuver around a kitchen again, was taught how to slice vegetables, I learned many things that I had lost the ability to do on my own as a result of the stroke and now I pretty well do everything on my own except I have to use a walker.” She is also an example for others in our community who have challenges to overcome.
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Mayor’s Invitational Golf Tournament presents $50,000 to Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Foundation
Apr. 13, 2017 – Mayor Walter Sendzik and members of the Mayor’s Invitational Golf Tournament organizing committee have made a $50,000 donation to the Hotel Dieu Shaver Health and Rehabilitation Foundation.
The donation of...
It is with deep gratitude we thank our sponsors, players, donors and the community for your hard work, and generosity in helping us raise over $190,000 through our 2017 Rankin Celebrity Ice Cup hockey tournament, for patient care equipment.
It is with deep gratitude we thank our community for your compassion and generosity in helping us raise over $150,000 for patient care equipment!
Only donors over $50 are listed. We apologize for any omission or errors....
Cowboy Boots & Hometown Roots is a country celebration to honour 20 years of past graduates, non-profit recipients and generous partners of the Many Hands Project. The evening will include live local country artists, Southern Comfort food, and tastings from local breweries and distilleries.