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Welcome to Our Network

 

We are committed to helping children and youth grow up healthy, confident and secure -ensuring they are able to, or enabled to, realize their full potential and develop capacities needed to participate in and contribute to their communities.

 

The Child and Youth Health Network for Eastern Ontario is an innovative, action-oriented partnership of individuals and organizations who share a vision of better health for children and youth. The Network is cross-sectoral with members from health, social and community services, education, recreation and justice. This puts us in an excellent position to explore new ways to work together, to respond to emerging issues and disseminate related information and to advocate on the behalf of children, youth and their families.

 

Welcome to our website and to our Network. If you're interested in the health and well-being of children and youth in Eastern Ontario - whether as a parent, health professional, service provider, educator or from any other perspective - we'd like to get to know you! Feel free to browse our site, register for our mailing list or contact us with your feedback. 

 

If you have an upcoming event, let us know so it can be posted on our Events Calendar.  

 

News and Upcoming Events

 

Making Respite Work - A Collaborative Report on

Respite for Children and Youth who are Medically Fragile and Technology Dependent

  

The OCDSN has recognized both the critical importance of respite services, and the limitations of the current set of services. In response to this need,The Child and Youth Health Network for Eastern Ontario (CYHNEO), representatives from the Medically Fragile/Technology Dependent Committe of the Ottawa Children's Developmental Services Network and the Ministry of Child and Youth Services facilitated the development of this document, a review of respite services for children and youth who are medically fragile and technology dependent (MFTD). This should adress the needs of the MFTD and serve as a model appropriate for a review of respite in other populations.

 

Please read and share!

 

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Making Respite Work
Summer 2013
MRW_Report-_FINAL[1].pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document [7.4 MB]
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City of Ottawa-Survey

 

The City of Ottawa is continually reviewing how it provides improved and more accessible services to its residents. We want to hear from you! To better understand your needs for completing certain city services by telephone, please complete our survey... Information received through this survey will help inform changes to the current phone system.

 

http://ottawa.ca/selfservice 

 

 

Survey closes December 13, 2013.

 

 

Rural Healthy Living Coalition-Survey


The survey will be used to compile an inventory of services, to identify needs, and help enhance services to rural residents in the City of Ottawa.


http://fluidsurveys.com/s/RHLC22Oct13/

 

Survey closes January 15, 2014

 

For more information:eva.stewart-bindernagel@ottawa.ca  or 613-580-6744 ext. 23595

 

NEW Champlain Cardiovascular Disease Network Strategy and Action Plan

The 2013-16 Champlain Cardiovascular Disease Network Strategy and Action plan has just been launched. The Strategy launch provides an important opportunity to increase awareness about the impact of cardiovascular disease in our region and to build commitment for the necessary coordinated efforts that are making a difference for all Champlain residents.

 

Please visit the new CCPN website for full strategy details and supporting communication tools:

 

Strategy & Action Plan: http://ccpnetwork.ca/wp‐content/uploads/2013/06/finalonline.pdf

 

Power point Presentation: http://ccpnetwork.ca/wp‐content/uploads/2013/06/CCPN‐2013‐16‐Strategy‐amp‐Action‐Plan‐Full.ppt

 
 

Help Celebrate Caregivers in Your Community

 

The Champlain Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) wants to celebrate, connect and say thank you to the special individuals who give so much of themselves to help others in need. Whether it is through warm smiles, gentle hands, shared laughter or caring expertise, caregivers make it possible for countless individuals to live in their homes with dignity.

 

For more information or to submit a nomination, please visit the Champlain CCAC website.