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2017 Summer Camps & Day Programs

 

A Resource for Children & Youth in New Brunswick Who Have a Complex Health Condition


Connections THE SAULNIER FAMILY: 


Amanda and Jason are dedicated, busy parents of two young boys. Both of their sons (Marcus & Jase) have autism; their oldest also has other medical complexities. They are pictured here, recently wearing blue in support of autism awareness). Parenting two young boys is exhausting as is; Amanda and Jason have the additional role of managing countless health team members, navigating frustrating systems, never-ending appointments, and of course the challenges that come with a diagnosis of autism. Times TWO.


Help for families with sick children - NaviCare
Information Morning - Moncton

January 11, 2017 - Rima Azar is a professor of psychology at Mount Allison University and one of the lead researchers who helped develop the program and Sherry Vautour is a registered nurse and patient navigator for NaviCare.


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New call line for parents of children with disabilities
CBC News

January 10, 2017 - Parents of children with complex health conditions now have a number to call in New Brunswick to get help accessing services.The NaviCare/SoinsNavi toll-free line will be answered in both official languages by a nurse who can help guide parents to medical experts and financial supports in the province. 


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New service introduced aimed at providing aid to young children with complex health needs and their families
Global News

January 10, 2017: Navigating the health care system can be complicated and frustrated, even more so for families of children with complex needs. As Global’s Andrew Cromwell reports, a new service has been launched aimed at lessening that burden.