Guest blog from Julia Hanigsberg, President and CEO of Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Three very different hospitals. Three very different programs. Nonetheless, The Change Foundation’s recent case study of family integrated care in the Mount Sinai Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) (Toronto), Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital (Toronto), and the Children’s Hospital of More >
Q&A with Sara Who do you care for? My husband, but don’t tell him I’m caring for him. He doesn’t believe that I’m his caregiver, and he’s kind of right. The experience this second time around is very different – it’s more emotional care, translation and research. Just being there for him. The first time, More >
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Hear from the co-leads on the Cultivating Change Changing CARE project on the power of co-design.
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Q&A with Rebecca* Who do you care for? I am the primary caregiver for my husband. How long have you cared for him? I have been caring for my husband since 2012 when he had heart surgery to fix a damaged heart valve. After surgery, he suffered from a massive stroke that left him with More >
The Netherlands faces similar challenges to Ontario in getting healthcare organizations on board to collaborate with and support caregivers.
In May 2018, Carole Ann Alloway, a family caregiver, and I partnered to develop and present a keynote address at the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) annual conference in Utrecht, The Netherlands. A few months after our presentation I asked Carole Ann to reflect on her experience.
On the precipice of change, we stand to take the growing provincial interest in young carers and turn that into a national framework.
Just as there are many ways to roast a chicken, whip together a savory pesto, or bake a chocolate cake, there are many ways to go about creating meaningful change at a system, organizational, provider, patient and family caregiver level.