Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
Supporting children where they live, learn and play:
Child & F...
Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
• Pathway to change
• Ongoing/ continuous improvement
Improvem...
Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
Siloed approach to
Children’s Therapy
• Families were accessin...
Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
Wait Time for Service
• The window of opportunity to help
chil...
Access to Service
• Families indicated travel to clinic as a
barrier to therapy services.
Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
RockBank Report
Strengthening Health Services
For Saskatchewan...
Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
Saskatchewan’s
Patient First Review
• Patient-and family-centr...
Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
Target Statement
• SHR’s Children’s Therapy Program will
provi...
CHANGES
First Steps:
• Staffing to focus on pediatric therapy
• Development of a coordinated children’s
team under one pro...
Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
Teambuilding
• Building a team is hard work
• Need to engage staff in the improvement
process
Working together…for healthy...
Work Standards
• Personalized intake process
• Family Service Plans
• Service review
Working together…for healthy people i...
LOGO
Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
Brochure & Handbook
Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
We look forward to working with you and yo...
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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 1)

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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, 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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    Sunrise Health Regions Children’s Therapy Program started in 2005 with one part time physical therapist + one part time occupational therapist. In 2009, the Speech Language Pathologists from Public Health joined Children’s Therapies. Autism Spectrum Disorder services (consultant and support workers) were added in 2010; CTP gained a Social Worker position in 2012; and an Early Childhood Psychology position moved to CTP in 2013 forming a coordinated children’s services team under one program.
  • Supporting Children Where They Live, Learn and Play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated/Rural Outreach Model of Children's Therapy (Part 1)

    1. 1. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Supporting children where they live, learn and play: Child & Family Centred Care in an Integrated Services / Rural Outreach Model of Children’s Therapy
    2. 2. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. • Pathway to change • Ongoing/ continuous improvement Improvement Journey
    3. 3. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Siloed approach to Children’s Therapy • Families were accessing a variety of supports with limited coordination among service providers. • Each discipline working with the family had its own operational procedures. • Families were affected by inefficient and inconsistent processes.
    4. 4. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Wait Time for Service • The window of opportunity to help children and families is very small; too much time was spent on a waiting list.
    5. 5. Access to Service • Families indicated travel to clinic as a barrier to therapy services.
    6. 6. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. RockBank Report Strengthening Health Services For Saskatchewan’s Children and Youth
    7. 7. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Saskatchewan’s Patient First Review • Patient-and family-centred health system • Equitable care • Coordinated care
    8. 8. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. Target Statement • SHR’s Children’s Therapy Program will provide therapy services where children live, learn and play with the family as the centre of all decision making.
    9. 9. CHANGES First Steps: • Staffing to focus on pediatric therapy • Development of a coordinated children’s team under one program Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    10. 10. Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    11. 11. Teambuilding • Building a team is hard work • Need to engage staff in the improvement process Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    12. 12. Work Standards • Personalized intake process • Family Service Plans • Service review Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    13. 13. LOGO Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities.
    14. 14. Brochure & Handbook Working together…for healthy people in healthy communities. We look forward to working with you and your child!

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