In March, after carefully considering the evolving situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19), which the WHO has declared a pandemic, and following the Public Health Agency’s advice on mass gatherings during the outbreak, we have made the decision to cancel the Capstone Summit and Future Innovator Award Ceremony, scheduled to take place on May 4 and More >
After much careful thought and consideration, our CEO Cathy Fooks has indicated her intention to leave the Foundation.
We are celebrating our 25th anniversary in 2020 by honouring those who have a strong vision for positive change for patients and caregivers and have the potential to make notable impact going forward.
Access the recording and slides from the webinar which took place on September 12th, 2019.
Join other caregivers, system leaders, policy makers, and influencers and be the first to learn about the change ideas, innovations and resources The Change Foundation and our Changing CARE partners have created to better recognize, support and integrate family caregivers in their health and community care organizations.
Join us for this webinar hosted by two esteemed health system leaders.
People often ask us how to truly co-design and engage with caregivers and healthcare providers. In Lessons from Changing CARE: The Discovery Phase of Experience-Based Co-Design, we do our best to answer that question.
We first took on the issue of Ontario’s privacy and consent rules for caregivers in our 2017 report–Making Privacy and Consent Rules Work For Family Caregivers–after hearing repeatedly that privacy and consent is a barrier faced by many of Ontario’s family caregivers, and is too often used as a crutch for the lack of engagement with family caregivers.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since the four Changing CARE teams launched their innovative, caregiver-focused projects.
One year, 15 cross-cutting working group sessions, 17 bi-weekly project managers meetings, and numerous steering committee meetings, to be more precise. Most impressively, across the four teams, more than 650 caregivers have participated, informed and partnered on the change they’d like to see.
Today – on Family Caregiver Day – Premier Kathleen Wynne announced the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care’s intention to provide $6.5 million in funding for the creation of a caregiver organization in our province.