Waypoint launches new quarterly newsletter - Sharing the Good Things
Waypoint launches new quarterly newsletter - Sharing the Good Things
Posted on 08/31/2016
So many good things are happening at Waypoint and we want to share them with you. We are pleased to share our inaugural newsletter - Sharing the Good Things - with you, our community.  We hope you enjoy reading the stories we chose to include in our inaugural edition. 


Sharing the Good Things
A quilt of many memories
Read about Heather Postma's journey

to recovery and the quilt that helped her through it.
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Heather Postma
A special honour...

The dedication of Waypoint's library in memory of long-serving staff Dr. Marnie Rice.
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Dr Marnie Rice Memorial Library
Talking health and safety
with Carol Lambie, President and CEO
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 Carol Lambie
Mental Health in Motion
Come and enjoy the beautiful surroundings at Waypoint and Discovery Harbour
Run 5km/10km, Walk 5km, Family Run/Walk 1km
Yoga, Kid's Obstacle Course and Kid's Zone
To register... 
 Mental Health in Motion
Recognizing excellence in our values
Recognizing our peers for going above and beyond the call of duty. The Awenda Team took home the award last year in the category of Respect.
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 Awenda Team
Honouring the past
Celebrating our history with a newly re-launched History Walk and the Remembering Oak Ridge Digital Archive and Exhibit.
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 History Walk

Well deserved thanks...

We cherish the thank yous we get from our patients and their families. Read one we received recently from a family member of a patient on our geriatric psychiatry program.
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Another successful Waypoint Research Institute Conference in the books
This is our fourth year and it's been a huge success. Watch for dates for next year.
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 Waypoint Research Institute Conference
Setting the standard for psychological health, safety and wellness
We spend one third of our lives at work, it's important to feel safe, encouraged and supported. Read about how Waypoint is accomplishing this.
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 Pink Shirt Day
Staff volunteer around the clock as part of Traumatic Incident Support Team
Our Traumatic Incident Support Team are there for staff and patients day and night. Read more about the team and what they do.
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 Keith Charles Press and Glenn Robitaille
Discover Waypoint shines light on hospital & research
This new breakfast series allows invited guests an opportunity to learn more about our hospital and research and hear from our staff.
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 Discover Waypoint