Join us on Twitter on January 25th, 2018 to raise awareness of Ontario’s young carers. Young Carers Awareness Day is celebrated in the UK. For the first time, we are also recognizing this awareness day in Ontario. Join us on Twitter (@TheChangeFdn) using #YCAD to join the conversation. We invite young carers, young adult carers, organizations More >
On November 20, 2017 we hosted our second Hot Talks on Health event focused on family caregivers. The event shined an important light on the often invisible population of young carers.
The Change Foundation is hiring for the new role, Senior Program Associate, Strategy and Innovation. Reporting to the Executive Lead, Strategy and Innovation, the Senior Program Associate plays an essential role in collaborating with the Executive Lead on the portfolio strategy and implementing significant priorities that are aimed at advancing The Change Foundation’s strategy. Learn More >
When The Change Foundation embarked on our engagement with family caregivers and health and community care providers in 2015, our goal was to better understand the caregiver experience — particularly in their interactions with providers.
I am pleased to announce that Jodeme Goldhar, The Change Foundation’s Executive Lead of Strategy and Innovation, has been named a Senior Associate of the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC).
The Change Foundation’s response to Kielburger article in the Huffington Post, “Forced to Grow Up Too Fast, Canada’s Young Carers Face Trauma,” shining a light on young carers.
The Change Foundation participated in the International Conference for Integrated Care, to discuss integrated care and delivering change that matters.
The Change Foundation is currently looking for two individuals from the OHA member category to be elected at the September 2017 annual general meeting. The Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors made up of 12 voting members – 4 of whom are elected from member organizations of the Ontario Hospital Association – this More >
Since becoming a caregiver, James has become an advocate for caregiver support. He wants to remind caregivers that “despite how you feel, you are not alone”
Today The Change Foundation is excited to announce four community partnerships poised to make positive impacts on the experience and interaction family caregivers have with Ontario’s health care system. Through Changing CARE, partnerships in London, Huron and Perth counties, Cornwall and Toronto will develop local supports, programs, and/or resources that address four thematic needs identified More >
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