Thanks to a Volunteer Association/Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation Family CARE Grant, renal patients now have access to new tuck-away belts that comfortably and safely house the patient’s catheter, keep it clean between uses, and hold it in the appropriate position on the abdomen. Over 100 belts have been purchased to provide to patients who can’t afford them. As well, aging hemodialysis machines are replaced annually through grants from the Health Sciences Foundation.
We are committed to identifying, removing and preventing barriers to care, services, work and learning.
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You are also welcome to view our Accessibility Plan 2016-Multi-year Update to learn about past accomplishments.
Our Accessibility Implementation Team works actively to implement and monitor the Accessibility Plan. Provincial standards, as well as your comments, concerns and ideas help. We welcome any feedback you may have on how we might improve accessibility.