CANES Community Care (CANES) would celebrated this year’s 8th Annual Community Engagement Forum. This Annual Forum engages our clients, partners and funders to openly discuss the services and programs that are offered by CANES.
This year's session allowed participants to share their ideas of what services they like, and what services they would like to see improved in their community. This year’s theme focussed on Moving Through The Healthcare System. There was a presentation made by one of CANES' Board members on the topic of Moving Through the Healthcare System, and then a workshop in the morning followed by an awards luncheon. Furthermore, we highlighted the valued input from last years forum, and shared what we have accomplished to date. Below are some photos of the event.
Every year at the Annual Community Forum, there are a number of awards that are handed out to our employees to recognize the great work that they do for our clients in the community. Below are some photos of those who were recognized and given an award.
(Above) Long time veteran Personal Support Worker, Veneta Thomas receives the prestigious Dorothy Fuller Award
(Above) PSW, Maria Mucka receives the well deserved Care Crusader Award.
Also, receiving the Care Crusader Award is Nina Pasamonte. (above)
Our Manager of the Treat at Home Program, Ruella Macedo who has worked for CANES as a Case Manger for 8 years, as she also receives the Care Crusader Award. (above)
PSW Linda Tribble (left centre) who recently retired in December of 2017 came back to receive an appreciation from CANES.
For more photos of the event, visit our Facebook Page.
To find out more about CANES 2017/18 year, and topics on Moving Through the Healthcare System, please click the link below for our electronic Annual Report. Happy Reading!