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Mrs. Chantal LeBlanc

Mrs. Chantal LeBlanc has a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Social Sciences from Concordia University as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from McGill University. She received a Master’s degree in Social Work from McGill University in 2009. Mrs. LeBlanc has been a professional social worker for 22 years, including 3 years in a clinical supervisory role. Her clinical practice has encompassed the areas of home care for elderly people as well as adults with physical and intellectual impairments. For the past 6 years, she has practiced in the field of oncology at the McGill University Health Centre, Montreal.

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Ms. Bonnie Tompkins

Ms. Bonnie Tompkins was the sole caregiver to her late partner, who passed away from cancer in May 2014. She recently graduated in public health from Brock University and now works with her local hospice to help increase access to needed assistance for patient and their caregivers. She is especially interested in caregivers, as she suffered caregiver burnout. Her passion is to use her late partner’s and her own experiences to help people in similar situations, hopefully lessening their stress.

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Nous avons créé plusieurs sections avec des ressources clés qui pourraient aider l’aidant si vous en voyez le besoin. Veuillez prendre un moment pour consulter les autres sections pour des ressources possibles.

Le Guide sur la conciliation des responsabilités professionnelles et des obligations familiales des proches aidants (PDF; Commission canadienne des droits de la personne) est une excellente ressource qui définit clairement le rôle de l’employeur et de l’employé aux yeux de la loi.

La section des survivants de notre site Web contient un certain nombre d’articles pour les proches aidants qui ont un emploi. Vous voudrez peut-être lire les articles vous-même afin d’aider votre employé dans son rôle d’aidant à concilier ses soins et son emploi. Voici les articles :