• Life On The Road? Three Tips To Stay Healthy.

    No matter what your genre or your role – touring is tough. Long hours, cramped quarters and a lot of potential stress. Here are some simple tips to survive, and to keep your body from giving out on you. Drive in Short Shifts, on a Schedule Long before you hit

  • Helping A Loved One After A Stroke

    About 315,000 Canadians are living with the effects of stroke. If someone close to you has suffered a stroke, you need to be prepared—both physically and mentally—to help in the recovery process. Given that a stroke can cause physical and mental impairments, the road to recovery can be rocky. Recognizing

  • Top Five Reasons To Be A Volunteer

    If you’re one of the 13.3 million Canadians who volunteer you may already know that volunteering is as beneficial to you as it is to the causes you care the most about. If not, here are five reasons to volunteer: 1. Volunteering is good for your mental health. According to Doing Good is

  • Get The Sleep You Need

    The show runs to midnight. You’re working the room until last call. Then up for meeting at 8 am the next day. An exciting and demanding career in the music industry won’t always lend itself to a normal sleep schedule, but the sleep disruption caused by erratic or late-night work

  • Heart Smarts!

    Quick Tips to Stay Heart Healthy We all know February is the month of chocolates and Valentines, but it’s also Heart Month —a time when Canadians focus on the health of our hearts. Chances are good that you know someone who has been affected by heart disease or stroke; it

  • Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

    Alzheimer’s disease is something we may think only affects the elderly and nothing for us to worry about. But like so many things, the choices we make today can lay the foundations for a healthy future for our family and ourselves. With Alzheimer’s and related dementias expected to reach epidemic

  • Nutrition Support

    Eating well to get the most out of life! We all know that our diet can affect our mood, energy levels and overall health, but maintaining a healthy, well-balanced diet can be a challenge with a hectic schedule and multiple personal and family demands. Fortunately, Unison members have free access

  • Fitness Coach With Big Benefits

    Unison’s Assistance Program Unison’s Assistance Program is a voluntary and confidential support service that can help you and your immediate family members with everyday work, health and life issues as well as major life challenges. If you work in the Canadian music industry, you have access to qualified professionals who

  • Welcome To Unison’s Health & Wellness Blog

    Unison’s Assistance Program Resources that make a difference Unison’s Assistance Program is a voluntary and confidential support service that can help you and your immediate family members with everyday work, health and life issues as well as major life challenges. You have access to qualified professionals who can provide counselling