Do you have ideas to help enhance the quality of health care for the residents of Grey-Bruce?
What is a Community Council Advisor?
A community council advisor is someone with recent experience of being a patient, resident, client, caregiver, or family member and acts as a health care partner to provide direct input into policies, programs, and practices that affect the care and services received by the residents of Grey-Bruce.
What do Advisors do?
- Talk about your experiences. Advisors help by talking about how their healthcare experiences have shaped their perspectives and recommend enhancements.
- Participate in discussion groups. Advisors explain what it’s like to be a community member receiving health care services and how enhancements can be made to the care provided.
- Review or help create community education materials. Advisors help review or create materials like forms and educational handouts. Advisors provide a community perspective and help ensure these materials are easier for community members to understand and use.
- Partner with the community. Discuss what programs and resources could and should be offered to meet the needs of the community.
Why should YOU become an Advisor?
If you or a family member has accessed health care services in Grey Bruce and you would like to share your perspectives on how to enhance the quality of health care services for Grey-Bruce residents.
To submit an expression of interest please scan the barcode or visit:
or contact Jennifer Kehoe at firstname.lastname@example.org or (519)378-6496