Established in 1990, the Canadian Home Care Association (CHCA) is a national non-profit membership association dedicated to advancing excellence in home and community care.
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The association is governed by elected and appointed individuals representing our members from provincial and territorial governments / home care administrators and direct service providers. Board responsibilities include setting the association’s strategic direction, approving annual operating plans and budgets and oversight of national projects.
Directors are responsible for the highest level of decision-making and legal authority in an organization. The board articulates and communicates the organization’s vision to the membership and the community. As a governing board, members are responsible for:
Individuals from member organizations representing the specific sector / stakeholder to which the vacant direction position is available may indicate their interest in participation on the board. Individuals must complete the appropriate nomination form and submit to the CHCA National Office by the due date (indicated on the form). All nominees and their nominators must be CHCA members in good standing.
All directors of the CHCA are selected by their designated constituents through an election process. Each member organization will receive one voting token which will be sent to the primary contact.
Successful candidates will be notified within two (2) weeks of the close of the election process and shall immediately take on their role on the board and be declared at the annual general meeting.