The Change Foundation has worked with family caregivers since 2015 to understand what it is like to be a caregiver. During that time, we have undertaken a variety of initiatives to improve the caregiver experience with Ontario’s healthcare system, including the Changing CARE projects and our work with young carers.
In this toolkit, we’ve packaged together all the tools, resources, reports and learnings we’ve put out along the way, in an effort to help others learn from our experience with co-design and caregivers. We will keep this page updated as our work, and learnings, progress.
Regardless of where your organization is in terms of caregiver involvement – building the case, starting the conversation, ready to implement or evaluating the impact – we’re confident there’s something in this toolkit to help you out.
Dave Pearson @daveinthehillls, integration lead with the Hills of Headwaters Collaborative @hhcollaborative,discuses the real time “integration” responses to the ongoing pandemic, enabled by trust & shared principles, motivated by a collaborative commitment to the community. pic.twitter.com/WmPGGr1j0c
Bob Borden, patient/caregiver partner & Chair, Community Wellness Council with the @hhcollaborative shares how the Hills of Headwaters community actively came together to respond as community through collaboration and partnership to support the front-line during COVID-19. pic.twitter.com/mQXTVkBo7W
Over 500 attendees from around the world are joining the @IFICInfo webinar as a part of their series on #integratedcare and profiling teams who are adopting a 'one system response' during COVID-19 Consider joining today at 12:00 p.m. (EST) by registering thru the link below. twitter.com/IFICInfo/statu…
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