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Incorporating the Family Voice into Recovery-Oriented Care

Description: There is growing recognition that family caregivers – whether relatives or people chosen from a larger circle of support – can provide emotional, social and material support critical to quality of life and recovery. Join the St.Joseph’s Family Advisory Council and AMI-Québec to discuss how they have integrated the family voice into the development and implementation of their recovery-oriented services.

Guest Speakers:

  • Ella Amir, Executive Director, Ami Québec
  • Laurel Lamarre, Family Council Liaison, St. Joseph’s Health Care London
  • Family Representatives, Family Advisory Council, St. Joseph’s Health Care London

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