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Assists Aboriginal People in accessing culturally appropriate healthcare services focusing on wholistic, preventive and primary healthcare and assistance to outside service organizations to provide care in a culturally sensitive way.  
 

Provides nursing care for seniors and individuals of any age needing disease care, special needs care, or mental illness care. Services are offered both in private homes and in nursing homes and health care facilities.

Supports children with speech pathology needs aged 0-5 years, providing assessment, individual and group treatment sessions, parent intervention programs and consultation services, and additional services with healthcare providers and community partners. Services take place in clinic and within multiple community satellite sites, child care centres, and EarlyON centres. 

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Offers a range of child care options including full-time, part-time, shift, weekend and emergency care. This licensed child care option provides a small group setting within the provider’s home for up to six children from infancy to twelve years of age.

Accredited long-term care home offering nursing and personal care on a 24-hour basis. Rooms and basic services include: furnishings and bed linens, laundry and housekeeping, personal hygiene supplies, medical/clinical supplies and devices, meals and medication administration, pastoral services, social and recreational programs, and assistance with the essential activities of daily living. Access to a physician and other health professionals available.

Offers walk-in medical care for patients with urgent health concerns that cannot wait for a family doctor. Staffed by emergency room doctors and provides care for a range of issues including minor broken bones, respiratory illnesses, and minor infections. Also houses Hamilton Health Science's preoperative clinic and special immunology clinic. Part of the Hamilton Health Sciences Network.
 

Assists people to explore and fulfill life expectations beyond psychiatric stabilization and health maintenance using a "partners in well-being" approach. Oversees 9 independently-owned residential homes in urban and rural settings and operates day programs in 2 skills centres as a provider within the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care residential care program for adults with serious mental illnesses. Part of the Schizophrenia & Community Integration Service.

Aboriginal Patient Navigator (APN) provides pathways to healing through Holistic Approach (Spiritual, Emotional, Physical, & Mental). The APN Role is to help navigate the different pathways within the health care system, Traditional Healers, Traditional Practitioners, Medicines and cultural best practices and is available in all Hamilton area Hospitals. 

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