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Listuguj Community Heatlh Services

  1. 1. ListugujCommunityHealth Services<br />Donna Metallic, Director of Health<br />
  2. 2. “Three Migma’q Nations in Health and in harmony with the earth that both surrounds us and supports us…a holistic approach-drawing from traditional and modern wisdom.”<br />Mission of the Listuguj Community Health Services<br />
  3. 3. Our Vision…<br />Listuguj First Nation is now in control of their health care system. We can now respond and adapt to the needs of the people. The goal of improved health is achieved, in part by the way in which our health approach is delivered. Our services are based on deep and objective understanding of Listuguj Community members.<br />
  4. 4. Our Mandate…<br />To effectively manage the promotion and prevention funding received from Health Canada and INAC through the development and delivery of programs and services to meet the health needs of all Listuguj (on reserve) community members.<br />
  5. 5. Overview of Community Programs<br />Community Programs – Child and Youth<br />Aboriginal Head Start Tina Martin<br />Prenatal Nutrition Program Jennifer Caplin<br />Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Bonnie Isaac<br />Maternal Child Health Tracey Metallic<br />Drug Strategy Bonnie Isaac<br />Community Programs – Mental Health and Addictions<br />Building Healthy Communities -<br />Brighter Futures Wanda Metallic<br />Community Wellness Sommer Barnaby<br />Crisis and Life Promotion Corey Metallic<br />
  6. 6. Overview of Community Programs (Cont’d)<br />Community Programs – Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention<br />Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative Nursing Staff<br />Community Health Representatives Patsy Gray, Monica Barnaby<br />Primary Health Care<br />First Nations Home and Community Care Maureen Mitchell<br />Community Oral Health Initiative Monica Barnaby <br />Health Protection – Environmental Health and Research<br />Drinking Water Safety Program Roger Metallic<br /> Health Benefits<br />Medical Transportation Jennifer Barnaby<br />
  7. 7. Listuguj Community Health Services<br />
  8. 8. Welcome!<br />
  9. 9. Employees of the LCHS<br />ProgramEmployee<br /><ul><li>Maternal Child Health Tracey Metallic
  10. 10. Community Wellness Sommer Barnaby
  11. 11. Crisis and Life Promotion Corey Metallic
  12. 12. Drug Strategy/FASD Bonnie Isaac
  13. 13. C.H.R Patsy Gray
  14. 14. C.H.R Monica Barnaby
  15. 15. Brighter Futures Wanda Metallic
  16. 16. Building Healthy Communities Debbie Dedam
  17. 17. Receptionist Beverly Martin
  18. 18. Hospital Liaison Elizabeth “Betty” Metallic</li></ul>Employees of the LCHS<br />
  19. 19. ProgramEmployee<br /><ul><li>Nursing Lynn LaBillois R.N.
  20. 20. Nursing Leila Swasson R.N.
  21. 21. Nursing Mary Lou Labillois R.N.
  22. 22. Nursing Francoise Gedeon R.N.
  23. 23. Nursing Madeline Morrisette R.N.
  24. 24. Nursing Jennifer Caplin R.N.
  25. 25. Nursing Dolores Isaac L.P.N
  26. 26. Nursing Caroline Jacques L.P.N</li></ul>Employees of the LCHS<br />
  27. 27. Employees of the LCHS (Cont’d)<br />ProgramEmployee<br /><ul><li>Janitor Bridget “Dolly” Isaac
  28. 28. Management Cindy Isaac
  29. 29. Management Audrey Barnaby
  30. 30. Management Donna Metallic
  31. 31. Medical Transportation Jennifer Barnaby
  32. 32. Medical Carrier Lyman Mitchell
  33. 33. Medical Carrier Donnie Mitchell
  34. 34. Medical Carrier Mae Brisk
  35. 35. Dietician Manon St.Germain</li></ul>Employees of the LCHS<br />
  36. 36. Employees of the LCHS (Cont’d)<br />ProgramEmployee<br /><ul><li>Water Monitoring Roger Metallic
  37. 37. Head Start Tina Martin
  38. 38. Head Start Stacey Barnaby
  39. 39. Head Start Valerie Jacques
  40. 40. Front Line Prevention Tanya Barnaby B.S.W
  41. 41. Front Line Prevention Sarah Isaac
  42. 42. Front Line Prevention Christine Gwen Metallic
  43. 43. Participation Luke Morrison
  44. 44. Health Portfolio Patricia Martin and Brenda Gedeon-Miller</li></ul>Employees of the LCHS<br />
  45. 45. ProgramEmployee<br /><ul><li>In-Home Care Maureen Mitchell
  46. 46. In-Home Care Isabelle Clement
  47. 47. In-Home Care Tasha Doiron
  48. 48. In-Home Care Samantha Barnaby
  49. 49. In-Home Care Chi Metallic
  50. 50. Full Time Home Personal Home Care workers (Part Time 16) Pauline Brisk</li></ul> Theresa Martin<br /> Joanne Methot<br /> Bernice Martin<br /> Juliette Barnaby<br /> Maggie Martin<br /> Delphine Wilmot<br />Employees of the LCHS<br />
  51. 51. Special Funded Projects<br />-Aboriginal Health Transition Fund<br />-Water Impact Study<br />-Maternal Child Health Program<br />-Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative<br />-HIV/AIDS Program<br />-Families First Support Services<br />Listuguj Community Health Services Organizational Chart<br />
  52. 52. FASD/ Drug Strategy Program<br />The goal of the FASD Program is to provide education and support to families to prevent FASD affected births and to improve the life for those affected by FASD. The goal of the Drug Strategy Program is to achieve a healthy and well community.<br />Coordinator: Bonnie Isaac<br />
  53. 53. Coordinator: Luke Morrison <br />Participation/recreation<br />The goal of the Participation Program is to promote healthy and active living by getting more people to participate in current programs and sports teams.<br />
  54. 54. Nursing<br />Nursing Supervisor: Lynn LaBillois<br />The goal of the Nursing Program is to deliver appropriate information to every member of the community, determine where knowledge gaps do exist and fill them. As well as to provide youth with information to promote healthier lifestyles and increase active living and healthier lifestyle choices. <br />
  55. 55. Coordinator: Corey Metallic<br />Listuguj Crisis and Life Promotion<br />The goal of the Listuguj Crisis and Life Promotion program is to provide services to those individuals who are experiencing a crisis and are unable to cope and to provide community awareness of suicide prevention programs and eliminate the idea of suicide as an option.<br />
  56. 56. Hospital/Health Liaison<br />Coordinator: Betty Metallic<br />The goal of the hospital liaison is to ensure that all patients from Listuguj receive quality care while hospitalized and that all patients understand and comprehend all medical procedures as explained by the medical professional as well as assist clients with updating Medicare cards and NIHB reimbursement forms and provide in-home services as a liaison between clients and external service providers.<br />
  57. 57. Community Health Planning and Programming<br />Coordinators: Patricia Gray and Monica Barnaby<br />The main objective of the CHR is to administer a program that enhances the health and well being of First Nation’s People living in the community. Along with the many facets of duties include that both private and public establishments respect the sanitary guidelines prescribed by the Federal Government and Health Canada.<br />
  58. 58. Brighter Futures<br />Coordinator: Wanda Metallic<br />The goal of the Brighter Futures program is to encourage and support the well being of children, individuals and family through community approach. To improve the access to quality physical activity programs within the community level , and to create a healthy family and community environment.<br />
  59. 59. Community Wellness<br />Coordinator: Sommer Barnaby<br />The goal of the Community Wellness program is to offer encouragement and support to clients dealing with an addiction, to create events for the youth who wish to remain drug and alcohol free and to promote a healthy mind through community awareness.<br />
  60. 60. Home and community care<br />Coordinator: Maureen Mitchell<br />The goal of the Listuguj Home and Community Care program is to provide quality care in a manner that is well administered, supportive and flexible to community members. The services aim to improve the overall general health of client’s served.<br />
  61. 61. Aboriginal head start on-reserve<br />Coordinator: Tina Martin<br />The goal of the Head Start program is to offer educational, health, nutritional and social provisions to enrolled children and to instil a sense of pride in children through culture related activities through an age appropriate curriculum. As well as to support parenting skills and improve family relationships. <br />
  62. 62. Community Oral Health Program<br />Coordinator: Monica Barnaby<br />COHP is a dental program designed to prevent and control tooth decay in young First Nations and Inuit children and to set the stage for a lifetime of healthy teeth. <br />
  63. 63. IRS Resolution Health Support Program<br />Coordinators: Monica Barnaby, Patsy Gray & Betty Metallic <br />The objectives of the IRS RHSP are to ensure that eligible former IRS students and their families have access to emotional health and wellness issues. Specifically, the IRS RHSP provides support in the form of Cultural Support (provided by Elders and Traditional Healers), Professional Counseling, Emotional Support (provided by Resolution Health Support Worker).<br />
  64. 64. Special Projects Funded through Listuguj Community Health Services<br />
  65. 65. Maternal Child Health<br />Coordinator: Tracey Metallic<br />The MCH Program provides resources to increase support to First Nations families living within the community during family planning , pregnancy, infancy and early childhood (0-6 years old).<br /> Our mandate is carried out through home visiting, case management, breastfeeding support, developmental screening, post-partum depression screening, one-on-one counseling and referrals.<br />
  66. 66. Maternal Child Health 2009-2010 <br />
  67. 67. Aboriginal Health Transition Fund<br />Consultant: Colleen LaBillois<br />The main objective of the AHTF is to improve access to health care services in Listuguj, Quebec and New Brunswick. It’s goals are to strengthen and broaden existing partnerships between the LMG, its Directorates and the provincial and federal health agencies. To identify and create partnerships between these bodies in the best interest of serving the health needs of Listuguj and to address and/or eliminate barriers that prevent community members from accessing complete medical services.<br />
  68. 68. Medical Transportation<br />Coordinator: Jennifer Barnaby<br />The goal of the Medical Transportation program is to provide safe transportation and accommodation arrangements for community members to the nearest qualified service provider. <br />
  69. 69. Water Impact Project<br />Coordinator: Roger Metallic<br />In June 2008, the government of Canada mandated the University of British Columbia to monitor potable drinking water in First Nations communities. Four communities were chosen and Listuguj was among them. The community was based on our water testing capabilities.<br /> The impact project was completed in January of 2010. The report will be forwarded to the community of Listuguj from the University of British Columbia upon completion.<br />
  70. 70. Community Based Drinking Water Monitoring Program<br />Coordinator: Roger Metallic<br />The goal of this program is to ensure that both private and public establishments respect the sanitary guidelines set by the federal government.<br />
  71. 71. Coordinator: Tanya Barnaby<br />Families First Support Services<br />The goal of the Families First Support Services is to promote and strengthen early intervention with children and parents and support the implementation of least disruptive measures and preventive services for the well being of children and their families of Listuguj. To prevent and reduce the incidence of crisis situations, and child reporting and placement rates.<br />
  72. 72. Administration programs<br />Building Healthy Communities<br /><ul><li>Snow Removal Contracts
  73. 73. Handicapped Ramps
  74. 74. Workshops & Seminars</li></ul>Community Projects <br /><ul><li>Elders Lifeline
  75. 75. Summer Student Program
  76. 76. Breakfast Program</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Professional Services
  77. 77. Consulting
  78. 78. Gym Passes
  79. 79. Contingency
  80. 80. Operations
  81. 81. Equipment Leasing
  82. 82. Heating and Lights
  83. 83. Insurance Liability
  84. 84. Material & Supplies
  85. 85. Repair & Maintenance
  86. 86. Management
  87. 87. Salaries</li></ul>Administration Programs<br />
  88. 88. New Developments<br /><ul><li>April 1st cash flow payment schedules
  89. 89. Creation of a Health Advisory Committee
  90. 90. C/A renewal 2010 2012
  91. 91. Community Health Plan
  92. 92. Flexible funding
  93. 93. O.T.C medication
  94. 94. Protection and advocacy for individuals with mental illness
  95. 95. Critical Incident Response Team
  96. 96. Safety in the Workplace
  97. 97. Pre-Natal and Asthma Clinics</li></li></ul><li>New developments (cont’d) :<br />-Youth and Adults Partnerships with Provincial Organizations for Addictions (Narcotics and Gambling)<br />- Accreditation for the LCHS<br />Interim mid-range measure until Listuguj Care Unit built<br />-Long Term Care Facilities<br />-Respite Facilities<br />-Assisted Living Facilities<br />
  98. 98. Training plan 2010-2012<br /><ul><li>Nursing Upgrading
  99. 99. Youth Addiction Prevention Training Program
  100. 100. Mi'gmaq Classes
  101. 101. Cultural Sensitivity
  102. 102. CPR/First Aid
  103. 103. Health Advisory Committee Preparation
  104. 104. Certification of all Home and Community Care workers</li></li></ul><li>GOALS 2010-2012<br />Prevention & Promotion<br />PREVENTION PROGRAM:<br /><ul><li>Family Circle (Maternal Child Health)
  105. 105. Diabetes/Education Sessions
  106. 106. Breast Health Awareness
  107. 107. Flu Campaign
  108. 108. Multi-disciplinary Approach to Obesity
  109. 109. Front-line Prevention
  110. 110. External Resources (Referrals to CLSC & RHA)</li></li></ul><li>Prevention & Promotion <br />GOALS 2010-2012<br />PROMOTION PROGRAM:<br /><ul><li>Over-the-Counter Medication
  111. 111. Heart Disease
  112. 112. Sexual Health
  113. 113. Phase II Asthma (Promotion Awareness Initiative) </li></li></ul><li>Prevention & Promotion<br />GOALS 2010-2012<br />ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM:<br /><ul><li>Accreditation of Health Center
  114. 114. Elders Facility
  115. 115. Community Health Plan Flexible Funding
  116. 116. Revamp Home Care Program
  117. 117. Health Advisory Board
  118. 118. Community Profile</li></li></ul><li>Strategic directions, focus areas and objectives for 2011-2016<br />
  119. 119.
  120. 120.
  121. 121. FNQLHSSC Strategic directions, focus areas and objectives for 2010-2014<br /><ul><li>Improve Accessibility to Health Services
  122. 122. Fight Effectively against High prevalence diseases
  123. 123. Encourage the development, diversification and takeover of Social Services
  124. 124. Prioritize Children’s Health Development
  125. 125. Upgrade the infrastructures and take advantage of new technologies
  126. 126. Promote Social Development
  127. 127. Encourage the development of special needs services in the areas of income and security and pre-employment
  128. 128. Implement levers contributing to FN Self Government
  129. 129. Strengthen human capital as well as research and development
  130. 130. Consolidate commission organization according to the Blueprint priorities</li></li></ul><li>AFN Strategic directions, focus areas and objectives in the area of health<br /><ul><li>5 year (2009 – 2014) flexible funding Contribution Agreement with Health Canada
  131. 131. Program Renewal with FNIHB</li></ul>AHTF<br />AHHRI<br />Children and Youth Programs<br />Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative<br />E-Health<br />First Nation Health Managers<br />Food Security<br />HIV/AIDS<br />Home and Community/Continuing Care<br />Injury Prevention<br />IRS Health Supports<br />Jordan’s Principle<br />Mental Wellness and Addictions<br />NIHB<br />Patient Wait Times Guarantee<br />Pandemic Planning (H1N1)<br />Tobacco<br />Tuberculosis and Lung Health<br />
  132. 132. LCHS 2010-2011 Program Budget<br />Transfer Agreements $1,604,427.90<br />Contribution $1,215,090.00<br />Other $ 500,000.00<br />Amendments $ 32,000.00<br />TOTAL $3,351,517.90<br />
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  134. 134. Wela’lin! <br />