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Our goal is to connect people with the right care at the right time and in the right place. Every day, we help people find their way through Ontario's health care system, understand their options and connect them to quality community-based health care and resources. Our highly qualified health professionals provide a range of specialized care at home and in the community, including physiotherapy, nursing, speech therapy, palliative care and more. We work with people of all ages to ensure they make informed choices about their care and receive services in the most appropriate setting. What will CCAC Palliative Care Coordinators do? • Establish a care and service plan balancing the needs, choices and available resources for the patient/client and caregiver • Connect to other key care and community partners to ensure care and support for palliative patients is uninterrupted • Assist in preventing any unnecessary hospital visits • Link patients to the appropriate health care providers effectively when needed • Help patients with advanced care planning and identify who should be involved every step of the way • Explore day programs, hospice, long-term care options, and more Anyone can make a referral to the CCAC for palliative care; the client, a family member, caregiver, friend, physician or other health care professional. To make a referral for palliative care or for more information, contact Champlain CCAC from anywhere in Ontario.
HOPE FOR HOSPICE STEDMAN COMMUNITY HOSPICE
Stedman Community Hospice - Brantford, Ontario, Canada wants to start a conversation across the nation about the lessons of hope we have learned from our Hospice patients. Hospice is a place that we will all need, either for ourselves or a loved one, yet nobody wants to talk about it until it affects them. Please join the conversation and tell us what Hospice means to you. Make your voice heard to your local government that Hospice care should be a right not a luxury as everyone deserves to die with dignity. Please share this video to help spread the word and support your local hospice today! For more information about Stedman Community Hospice please contact us at email@example.com or visit our website at www.sjlc.ca (The song used in this video is called "My Name is Lincoln" by Steve Jablonsky.)