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Safety is important and everyone plays a role. If you are receiving care in the home, you can expect that your Care Coordinator or service provider will complete a safety assessment during their first visit with you and provide recommendations on how to be safe in your home.

 

In partnership with a variety of community partners, we have developed this resource to inform you of the many aspects of safety in your home.  To navigate to the information available, please click on a topic of interest listed below.


Please share your feedback through the survey link at the end of this page and if you prefer to provide your comments directly, call the NSM CCAC's Communication Department at 1-888-721-2222 Ext. 2271.

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General Tips for Patients and Families: Ask.Listen.Talk


The Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) has created a great Tip Sheet for patients and families.

Access the Tip Sheet »

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Share Your
F​eedback!​


Thank you for taking the time to navigate through our Safe at Home online resource for patients, caregivers and the broader public.  

We welcome you to complete this short survey about Safe at Home.

We value your feedback and look forward to reviewing​ your comments!

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Create your own user feedback survey
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​Please be advised that the survey above is not for ​patient information or CCAC service inquiries. DO NOT enter any Personal Health Information into the above survey. Instead, please call 1-888-721-2222.