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Request Your Time to Talk Toolkit

Connecting the Dots for Caregivers is excited to launch our Time to Talk Toolkit with organizations in Huron Perth. The toolkit was created using a co-design approach, by family caregivers and healthcare providers, an is one of a number of improvement ideas that focus on the themes we heard during our community engagement.

Time to Talk focuses on awareness and recognition of the role of the caregiver and includes the following:
  • e-Learning Video
  • Posters
  • Pamphlet
  • Healthcare Provider Overview
  • Healthcare Provider Tip Card
  • Ambassador Guide
  • Leader Guide

When these toolkit pieces are used together, they encourage and support meaningful conversations between front-line staff and family caregivers.

Please complete and submit the form below to request your Time to Talk Toolkit. A member of the project team will send you the digital files by email. 

If you have questions, or experience issues completing the form, please contact Ashley Bedard at ashley.bedard@hpha.ca or 519-527-1650 x4219.

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* Your Name
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* Your role within the organization
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* Email Address
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* Phone Number
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* Number of staff that work within your organization:
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