Continuing Care Council

About the Council

Health Association Nova Scotia Continuing Care Council was established to provide a meaningful vehicle to inform the Health Association Board and staff on issues impacting continuing care members and the provision of these services in the province. It also serves as a discussion forum, and has the authority to make appropriate decisions regarding advocacy and strategy when and where applicable.

The vision of the Council is “continuing care excellence”. Its mission is “to be a meaningful and influential vehicle for positive change in Nova Scotia’s continuing care sector through collaborative action and knowledgeable leadership”. The Council works under the values of:

  • Quality – aiming for excellence in continuing care service delivery;
  • Collaboration – effective partnerships with key stakeholders to achieve best results;
  • Communication – proactive and effective communication to and from member organizations and other stakeholders;
  • Evidence – advocacy and decisions based on available qualitative and quantitative evidence;
  • Accountability – setting expectations, monitoring performance, reporting on outcomes, and demonstrating value.

Becoming a Council Member

Are you a system leader looking to participate in a body that is trying to proactively address continuing care issues? Do you think the Council could benefit from your knowledge and expertise?

We would love to have you put your name forward at our next call for nominations.

More Information

Terms of ReferenceStatement of Responsibilities

Contact the Council

The Continuing Care Council is here to represent you and the sector’s needs. Contact the Chair, Health Association staff, or a Council member if you feel there is an issue we can address, or if there are better ways we can serve you.

Continuing Care Council Chair:

Mary Donovan, Director, Member & Partner Engagement, Health Association:

Carol Salkin, Administrative Assistant, Health Association: