Mental Health and Addictions Acute Care Alliance with H-CARDD and CAMH
The DD Pathways Project is a new initiative aimed at improving quality of care for individuals with developmental disabilities who receive emergency department and/or inpatient services in Toronto.
If you are an individual with a developmental disability, OR if you are a family member or caregiver to an individual with a developmental disability, and you have experience with emergency department(s) and/or inpatient unit(s), we want to hear from you!
Focus Groups will be held at CAMH on Monday, December 11, 2017 in the afternoon and evening.
Light refreshments will be served and an honorarium will be provided
If you are interested in sharing your experience, please call or email:
Office: 416 535 8500 ex 80883
Mobile: 416 554 1744
This is a Toronto Central LHIN-funded collaboration between the Mental Health and Addictions Acute Care Alliance, the Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities (H-CARDD) program, and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH).