The CHCA’s strategic plan reflects the priorities of our members and sets out a roadmap to address the current and future challenges facing home care in Canada. Guided by our principles for home care, our goal is to create the necessary conditions for sustainable care, integrated care and accessible care.
To achieve this goal, our work targets four key areas: supporting people, enhancing process, facilitating consistent policy across jurisdictions and building a strong and responsive association.
SKILLS AND CAPACITY BUILDING
GOAL: Facilitate knowledge and skills development across the home care sector.
OUTCOME: Home care providers have the knowledge and skills to provide safe, effective, high-quality care.
INTEGRATED MODELS OF CARE
GOAL: Promote integrated models of care between home care, primary care, acute care and social services.
OUTCOME: The needs of individuals receiving home care are met through coordinated care across professionals and organizations.
NATIONAL BENCHMARKS FOR HOME CARE
GOAL: Promote consistent and equitable access to high-quality home care across the country.
OUTCOME: Home care services that are patient- and family-centred, accessible, accountable, evidence-informed, integrated and sustainable.
GOAL: Foster collaborative networks and accessible resources across the home care sector.
OUTCOME: CHCA members have access to a recognized and valued source for information, advocacy and networking.