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Guelph’s Wellbeing Initiative featured at Health Quality Transformation conference

Guelph, ON, November 21, 2013 – Health care leaders from across Ontario will learn about Guelph’s approach to wellbeing as Guelph’s Mayor, Chief of Police, and the Executive Director of the Guelph Family Health Team participate in a panel at the Health Quality Transformation conference today in Toronto. The panel session, entitled Collaboration, Engagement, and the Promotion of Community Wellbeing, will highlight how Guelph is using a collaborative approach to use community resources more efficiently, foster connections between health and non-health sectors, provide more coordinated care, and achieve better outcomes for individuals, families and the community. Mayor Farbridge will give a presentation on the Community Wellbeing Initiative, which aims to align community resources to address escalating service delivery costs while achieving better results. The Executive… Continue reading Guelph’s Wellbeing Initiative featured at Health Quality Transformation conference

Learn how residents rank Guelph’s quality of life

Survey results to be revealed and discussed at wellbeing forum October 11 ATTENTION: News and photo editors GUELPH, ON, October 9, 2012 – The City is hosting a wellbeing forum where residents are invited to discuss feedback from Guelph’s wellbeing survey, online and printed comment cards, neighbourhood meetings, local events, Guelph’s first telephone town hall meeting, emails, Facebook comments and Twitter posts. Attendees are also invited to help the City, and its partners, set priorities and develop action plans to improve programs and policies, as well as increase the wellbeing of people, neighbourhoods and the community as a whole. “The response has been amazing. We heard from thousands of people across our community, and now we’ll use this input to develop a shared vision for… Continue reading Learn how residents rank Guelph’s quality of life