The NOHT-ÉSON is seeking Niagara residents with lived experience accessing health care or social services to join the organization at the Planning Table and provide their perspectives and input on the standard of care have they received.
A recruitment campaign is under to identify people who may wish to become Patient/Client and Family/Caregiver (PCFC) representatives. The aim is to grow the number PCFC representatives at the Planning Table to seven.
PCFC representatives offer direct input into policies, programs, and practices affecting care and service delivery in Niagara, as well as play a vital role in transforming health care and social services in Niagara. In turn, PCFC representatives receive honorariums as part of their contributions.
To reflect the cultural and social diversity of the people who access health care and social services in Niagara, people of all backgrounds and ages are encouraged to consider becoming a PCFC representative.
Applications will be accepted until May 31. For further information please contact Josie Faccini, Engagement Specialist, at email@example.com or by phone at 905-933-414.