Understanding the interactions family caregivers have with the Ontario health system to provide care or support to someone with a health issue

Alex Lamoureux of eenetconnect describes a new project on caregivers

The Change Foundation Partners with the Ontario Caregiver Coalition to Understand “The Caring Experience” Post New Topic

 

Alex Lamoureux

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November 3, 2015 3:00 PM

The Change Foundation just announced a partnership with the Ontario Caregiver Coalition (OCC) to create The Caring Experience, an outreach project designed to better understand the interactions family caregivers have with the Ontario health system,and to improve the experiences of people who provide care or support to someone with a health issue.

 

The project will hold a number of engagement sessions, including an “open lines” town hall via telephone on November 24th, and detailed caregiver journey mapping and regional caregiver reflection workshops in early 2016.

 

To learn more about The Caring Experience, or to sign up for the initial open lines town hall, please visitwww.thecaringexperience.ca.

 

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LINK TO EENETCONNECT:

http://www.eenetconnect.ca/topic/the-change-foundation-partners-with-the-ontario-caregiver-coalition-to-understand-the-caring-experience

 

 

 

 

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One comment

  1. Bill Dare

    This 20 minute talk by Stephen Downes on learning to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) distills an approach to learning and the role of ICT, worth your 20 minutes (if you skip the questions at the end) of an initially occasionally screechy audio for you to learn about. http://www.downes.ca/presentation/371

    Downe’s covers a lot of ground in his talk, a few critical points for me include: “People are teaching themselves,… we need design environments, …importance of peers, networks, connections, …

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