Member Forums

The Member and Partner Engagement Service provides policy support to the Health Association’s three member forums and their related substructures and committees.  Our member forums include the Continuing Care Council, the Home Care Network and the ARC/RRC Association.
 

Continuing Care Council

The 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.  

Learn more about the Council’s mandate and recent activities.

 

The Home Care Network

The Home Care Network provides a meaningful vehicle for the home care sector to come together to discuss issues of common concern, as well as respond to, and proactively address, issues impacting the provision of home care services in the province.  

The Home Care Network is comprised of all Health Association member home support and home nursing agencies. These include:

  • Antigonish and Area Homemaker Service
  • CB County Homemakers
  • City Homemakers Service
  • Closing the Gap Healthcare Group
  • Digby/Clare Home Support
  • Guysborough County Home Support
  • Inverness County Home Support Society
  • Lunenburg County Home Support
  • New Dawn Homecare
  • New Waterford Homecare
  • Northside Homemaker Service Society
  • Northwood
  • Paramed
  • Queens Home Support
  • Saint Elizabeth Home Health
  • Victoria County Home Support
  • VON
  • WeCare Home Health
  • Yarmouth Argyle Home Support

View the Home Care Network’s terms of reference.

 

The ARC/RRC Association

The Association of Adult Residential Centres/Regional Rehabilitation Centres (ARCs/RRCs) is a voluntary, non-profit organization established to:

  • Seek ways to improve the quality of life for persons with disabilities by collaborating with other individuals, groups, organizations and government;
  • Seek opportunities to promote a positive image of members;
  • Utilize collective skills and knowledge in planning for the future;
  • Provide opportunities and encouragement for employees to gain education and knowledge which will assist in the provision of services; and
  • Promote the understanding and acceptance of individuals with disabilities.

The membership of the Association of ARCS/RRCs is made up of all the ARCs/RRCs across the province of Nova Scotia. 

Visit the ARC/RRC Association’s website to learn more.