2018-19 Online Indigenous Cultural Safety Training
The Toronto Central LHIN invites all Health Service Providers (HSPs) to participate in the 2018/2019 online Indigenous Cultural Safety (ICS) training, a program that is focused on supporting Indigenous Health transformation as part of the overall health and social service systems transformation underway in Ontario. The overarching goal of the 8-week ICS training course is to begin an important educational journey that will contribute to improved patient experiences; access to health services and improved health outcomes for Indigenous people.
The Toronto Central LHIN is happy to partner with Anishnawbe Health Toronto to offer funded ICS training to health service providers in the 2018/2019 year. As the end of this fiscal year is fast approaching, staff who are interested in completing the ICS course must register before March 31st, 2019 in order to secure a seat.
Please see the attached Course Flyer for more information about the ICS training as well as Registration Form and instructions required to participate. Please note that the seat purchase price indicated on the flyer has been covered by the Toronto Central LHIN and registration will be of no cost to the health service provider.
Should you have any questions, please email Megan Lee at Megan.Lee@tc.lhins.on.ca, the Toronto Central LHIN contact for ICS training, or call her at 416-217-3820 ext.2546.
Director, Transition Communications and Engagement
Home and Community Care Support Services
About Home and Community Care Support Services
Home and Community Care Support Services (formerly known as Local Health Integration Networks) has a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home care, access to community services and long-term care home placement. These agencies previously had additional responsibilities for local health system funding and management, but these functions were transferred to and assumed by Ontario Health on April 1, 2021.
Home and Community Care Support Services is dedicated to ensuring the ongoing delivery of local services while Ontario makes changes to improve the health care system to give patients better connected care with health care providers working as one coordinated team in Ontario Health Teams.
Although these agencies are operating under new business names, services and contact information remain the same, including home and community care, long-term care home placement and help finding services and local doctors.