The Adult Neurodevelopmental Stabilization Unit (ANSU) is a specialized acute inpatient unit at the Nova Scotia Hospital. ANSU serves people who are 19 years of age or older, have a learning disability that needs some or a lot of care, and have an active mental illness (like anxiety, a mood disorder, psychosis, and others).
This pamphlet provides information for patients transferring out of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Topics about the recovery from a critical illness are covered, including memory problems, sleep, depression and/or anxiety, breathing, weakness and pain, body image, and family. Ways to help with common problems while recovering from a critical illness are also provided. This pamphlet is also available in French.
This pamphlet gives a list of types of products that have been approved by the Integrated Chronic Care Service (ICCS) as not having any added scents or fragrances. Please only use scent-free products before coming to ICCS for your in-person appointments.
Ce dépliant fournit de l'information aux patients qui quittent l'unité de soins intensifs (USI) pour être transférés ailleurs. This pamphlet is also available in English.
This booklet gives helpful information to families with a loved one who is a patient in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit 5.1 (CVICU) at the Halifax Infirmary.
The Dr. Arthur H. Patterson Centre for Restorative Care at Fisherman's Memorial Hospital is a 2 to 8 week program to help you be as independent as possible. The pamphlet explains if you need a referral, who is on your health care team, and what to bring.
The Dr. Doug Watt Rehabilitation and Restorative Care Unit at Harbour View Hospital will help you become as independent as possible. What is expected of you, what to bring, what a usual day is like, who is on your health care team, visitor expectations, discharge planning, and other information is given.