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Home Care in Canada: Advancing Quality Improvement and Integrated Care
A new report from Accreditation Canada and the Canadian Home Care Association, "Home Care in Canada: Advancing Quality Improvement and Integrated Care", examines the essential role of home care as part of an integrated health system, in light of the increasing demand for home care services.
Rehabilitation Therapy Services in Home Care
Improving functional status and decreasing mortality
This paper highlights the role and value of rehabilitation services as part of an integrated community based approach to care. Therapists can assist individuals to achieve independence and remain active; support and aid with community integration; and provide solutions to help elderly clients stay safely in their homes.
Many Hands …One Spirit
Promising Practices in First Nations and Inuit Home and Community Care —Mental Health Services
This report highlights some of the many unique practices in First Nations and Inuit communities across Canada and showcases promising practices in mental health and home and community care service delivery. We anticipate that the response to these practices will be equally enthusiastic and are delighted to be involved in this important knowledge dissemination work.
Mind Body Spirit
Promising Practices in First Nations and Inuit Home and Community Care
These practices are a testament to the effectiveness of collaboration and partnerships and how working together in a trusting and open environment leads to positive and sustainable change. This compilation is a celebration of the achievements of communities, tribal councils, regions and jurisdictions over the past 10 years.
Implementing Case Management as a Strategy for System Integrations
Experiences from the CHCA National Partnership Project
Case Management in home care can be utilized as a strategy for health systems integration. Through the implementation of five essential steps, home care programs can move to a more pro-active, results orientated approach to case management and chronic disease management.
Home Care for Children with Special Needs
An Environmental Scan across Canadian Provinces and Territories
This report captures detailed qualitative and quantitative information/ data concerning home care program eligibility for children with special needs across the country and surfaces unmet needs and service gaps and areas of innovation.
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