Engagement & Co-design with Caregivers 

When caregivers engage with healthcare professionals and practitioners, large scale improvements in healthcare become possible. 

Through the principles of meaningful engagement and co-design of programs and services, the experience of caregivers, patients and families are improved, and the relationships between patients and providers is strengthened.

While meaningful engagement can take more time, evidence shows that caregiver involvement can result in a better care experience and better health outcomes. 

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