Campaign 2015 A better communication for a better health
The French Health Network Central Southwestern Ontario strongly believes that over the long term teamwork optimizes decision making, improves processes and strengthens the coordination of our efforts to build a more effective health system for Ontario’s Francophone communities, and that together we have the power to change things. Together we have the power to change things and build a more effective health system for Ontario’s Francophone communities.
Since 2006, more than 160,000 Francophones have chosen Central Southwestern Ontario as their home.
Imagine if citizens of Windsor couldn’t receive health services in English. This is a day-to-day reality for French speaking Southwestern Ontarians.
People are living longer... Good news? Yes, if the health system can adapt to the new reality.
The number of Francophone seniors is growing rapidly. How will we address long-term care in French?
Aging in French in a senior home? You have more chances of winning at the Scratch and Win lottery.
French Interview with Dr. Guy Proulx: neuropsychologist and francophone innovator
This Franco-Ontarian gets carried away as soon as you mention cognitive neuropsychology, a field that studies the relationship between the brain and behaviour, interactions among brain structures and such cognitive skills as memory, language and attention. As part of this interview, Dr. Guy Proulx talks about various memory disorders, dementia and Alzheimer's disease. (16 February 2014)
French Interview conducted by Gisèle Quenneville for Carte de Visite, TFO
French-speaking seniors now have priority access to beds at Pavillon Omer Deslauriers in Scarborough
As of June 3, 2013, the Central East Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) the organization mandated to determine eligibility,
authorize admissions and manage wait lists for LTC homes in the Central East region, will give priority to francophone seniors
who are eligible for long-term care and apply to Bendale Acres. Congratulation to Central East CCAC, Bendale Acres Log-Term Care Home, Hélène
Tremblay-Lavoie Foundation and Entité for this achievement.
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VACANT POSITIONS ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Better Communication for Better Health!
VACANT POSITIONS ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE FRENCH HEALTH NETWORK CENTRAL SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO
The French Health Network Central Southwestern Ontario is a non-profit organisation financed by Health Canada that contributes to the development of French language health services in the Central, South-West regions is looking to recruit new members for its Board of Directors.
If you wish to make a contribution to help improve the health system and the well-being of francophone communities in southern Ontario, this position might be for you.
-A Multidisciplinary team represented by managers and health professionals, community leaders and representatives of post-secondary education institutions.
-You will have the opportunities to influence and work in the health system in partnership with Federal, Provincial and Regional leaders.
-Networking opportunities with health care professionals across Canada and Ontario.
* Because the French Health Network promotes the use of telecommunication, most of the 6 annual meetings are held via teleconference or videoconference for member’s convenience.
Please submit your application to the selection committee by June 27 via the online French form. The selection criteria established by the Société santé en français and WHO (World Health Organization) are included in the application form on our website. The French Health Network aims to have administrative representation that reflects the regional demographics, therefore encourages individuals from minority group to apply.
Note that new members will be presented at the Annual General Assembly of June 16, 2015.
For more information, please contact the president of the Governance Committee, Mr. André Vigneault.