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Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)
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Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 2)

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Sunrise Health Region’s Children’s Therapy Program (CTP) supports children where they live, learn and play. This session will describe CTP’s journey in the development of a community-based, …

Sunrise Health Region’s Children’s Therapy Program (CTP) supports children where they live, learn and play. This session will describe CTP’s journey in the development of a community-based, family-centred service delivery model for children’s therapy in rural Saskatchewan. In alignment with recommendations from the RockBank report (2007) and Saskatchewan’s Patient First Review (2009), CTP redesigned services to children and families to increase access, reduce wait times, and improve the family experience. With an innovative approach to service delivery, CTP has established stronger working relationships with parents, community agencies and First Nations partners.

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  • group sessions
    -monitoring progress
    Ongoing revision of goals and planning with changing needs and goals of child and family
  • working together to support families and to support each other
    most proud of multi-disciplinary team; rather than solo practitioners
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    • 1. Increased Access • Moved from providing treatment in clinical treatment space to home and community settings Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    • 2. METRICS • Parent/ Caregiver surveys • Data= increase in overall satisfaction of services Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    • 3. IMPACT OF CHANGES FAMILIES & STAFF • Increase in satisfaction of service delivery • Increase in therapy goals met through multi-disciplinary treatment • Expanded public education in prevention and intervention Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    • 4. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Improve the family experience • Family focused, rather than provider focused, services
    • 5. A therapy program and family service plan is developed based on the child’s and family strengths, concerns, goals, and dreams! Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    • 6. Parent/Caregiver Education Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    • 7. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Working Relationships Parents
    • 8. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Working Relationships Community Agencies
    • 9. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Working Relationships First Nations partners • Cote Drop in Clinic • Community Health Nurse
    • 10. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Challenges • Space • Location • Travel • Fragmented services
    • 11. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Rural Saskatchewan
    • 12. Working together -to provide families with knowledge, skills, resources, and confidence to help their children gain independence, mobility and communication in everyday life. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    • 13. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Key messages • Family is the most important influence in a child’s life • include parents from the beginning as full team members • Teamwork is more effective than a siloed approach
    • 14. Questions ? Contact Me: Linda Spracklin-Cross Children’s Therapy Program Manager Sunrise Health Region linda.spracklin-cross@shr.sk.ca www.qualitysummi t.ca#QS1

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