Ontario Common Assessment of Need (OCAN) community of interest holds think tank

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The Ontario Common Assessment of Needs (OCAN) community of interest held a knowledge exchange event to capture effective ways to use the OCAN for quality improvement and enhancing client recovery.

The event brought together people from a range of settings, including agencies, hospitals, Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), and government to:

  • Learn how OCAN improves client recovery
  • Identify effective practices for completing OCAN assessments and reassessments
  • Learn innovative training and quality assurance approaches to improve the quality of OCAN information
  • Provide feedback on proposed changes to the next version of OCAN

post it cards showing suggestions on how to use OCAN to help guide clients through recoveryParticipants came away with a variety of tools and resources to help them use OCAN successfully in their practice, planning or policy work.

Some resources from the event:

How to joing the EENet Connect OCAN group;

OCAN training checklist;

Presentations:

Nicole Kirwan;

Jennifer Zosky;

Judy Virgo;

Michel O’Connor.

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