CHANGING YOUR LENS: A Practical Guide to Supporting Parents of Children with Complex Medical Needs

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This guide was developed as a resource for individuals offering support to families of children with medical complexities.   It contains evidence based knowledge, promising practices and program development tools to address the social, emotional and economic impact on families. This resource is offered to you through the Navigator Program, a 5 year federally funded program intended to help address a critical gap in supports for parents of children with medical complexities. The program has been funded by the Government of Canada’s Social Development Partnership Program, and is offered in partnership with CHEO and Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre.

This website is under construction. Information published on this website is provided for information and educational purposes only. This website does not provide medical advice. Reference to or mention of specific products, processes or services do not constitute or imply a recommendation or endorsement. For full disclaimer, see CHEO's disclamer page

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Acknowledgments:

This website was built as a team effort from Navigator Program members at CHEO and Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre, with support from CAPHC and many contributors from across Canada.  

We’d like to thank Dr. Shauna Kingsnorth and the team at Bloorview Research Institute for giving us permission to use selected summaries of sources from their scoping review.  All summaries extracted from this publication are highlighted in their respective entries.

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