​​​​​​Central West Patient Stories - Archived​ ​

​RECENT CHANGES RELATED TO HOME AND COMMUNITY CARE

On May 31, 2017, home and community care services and staff transferred from the Central West Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) to the Central West Local Health Integration Networks. Home and community care services are now provided through Ontario’s 14 Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs). LHINs plan, integrate and fund local health care. We also deliver and coordinate home and community care.

As part of the Government of Ontario’s Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care, this health system change was seamless in order to ensure uninterrupted care and support for patients and home care clients.

Interested in historical information about the Central West CCAC? Please see below.

Josephine's Story:

 

Supporting Independence at Home: Peel Cheshire Homes:

Central West CCAC's Physiotherapy Program for Seniors:

Partnering to Better Support Students:Mental Health & Addictions Nurses:

Helping Students Return to School: Jasmin's Story

 

Helping patients like Quinton, return home from the hospital with CCAC care

 

Keeping Patients Safe with In-Home Pharmacy Services

 

Staying Independent at Home: Betty's Story

 

Working with primary care to meet patients' needs in the home: Elizabeth's Story

 

"His Formost Wish Was to Remain at Home:" Geoffrey & Jean's Story

 

Find out how Mr.Tighe maintains his independence athome through the collaboration with this Central West CCAC Care Coordinator and Primary Care Physician.

 

Discover how Discover how 100-year-old Mr. Lester transitioned through the hospital and into a retirement home of his choice with the help of the CW CCAC.

 

Learn how Jasnoor, a young leukemia patient, was supported at home by the Central West CCAC.