Christa Haanstra, discusses the family caregiver identification card: a simple concept that can have a big impact on caregivers.
Pierre Lachaine interviewed Carole Ann Alloway on her partnership with the Ontario Caregiver Organization in the development of the evolution of her Caregiver Wishlist idea and its spread to a new series on mental health.
Carole Ann Alloway, Caregiver and Community Manager of The Caregiver Advisory Panel, announces call for caregivers to join the panel.
Sue Bhella, Senior Associate at The Change Foundation shares her reflections from the Changing CARE workshop.
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 >
Caregivers as Partners is a series of three education modules that aim to provide practical tips that can be applied in practice to improve the experience of family caregivers, and providers.
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Hear from the co-leads on the Cultivating Change Changing CARE project on the power of co-design.