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This is an event recording of the October 5th & 19th (repeated) webinar with presenters Jenny Stranges, Despina Tzemis & Kelly Falconer. 88 participants joined these events from 40 different organizations across Niagara. During these webinars presenters described the Integrated Community Lead Model of Care, discussed how this model enables easy and effective ways for front-line service providers to work together with the client and their complete circle of support, in order to develop a comprehensive plan of care, and shared an easy-to-follow toolkit. Additional Resources:  Integrated Community Tool Toolkit Priority Community Referral Priority Community Referral - How To MOU Plan of Care Template Niagara CRISIS PLAN Template Event Presenters: Jenny Stranges, Despina Tzemis & Kelly Falconer Publication Date: October 5th & 19th 2016 Published By: Niagara Connects read more→

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