The South West CCAC gets people the care they need to stay well, heal at home and stay safely in their homes longer. When home is no longer an option, we help people make the transition to other living arrangements.
CCAC care coordinators are nurses, social workers and other dedicated professionals. Through personal visits and regular check-ins, we help determine the right care and support for our patients. This may include in-home nursing and personal support, visit to CCAC community clinics, and connections to community organizations.
We work hand-in-hand with the people we care for to build trusting relationships, understand the challenges they face, and co-create solutions.
To find out more about what the CCAC provides, click here. To learn about our performance and achievements during 2011-2012, click here.
To learn more about our approach to care, click here.
To contact the CCAC, call 1-800-811-5146, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about health and social services across the South West visit www.southwesthealthline.ca, or call 310-CCAC (2222).
Resources for family physicians and primary care team members.
For Current and Prospective Public Officials
A special section designed to help you find the information you need about the South West Community Care Access Centre (CCAC).
Home First Success
The CCAC’s innovative Home First program, designed to get patients home from hospital with extra support for a short period, is showing remarkable results. The number of patients waiting in hospital to go to long-term care has decreased significantly and many Home First clients are able to stay at home with regular CCAC services.
CCAC Quality Report, 2011-12
Click here to learn how CCACs provide better care, better access, and better value.
Partner Bulletin - January 2013
Click here to read the newest Partner Bulletin.
Long Term Care Home Waiting List
Click here to find current waiting list information for Long Term Care Homes in the South West.
Seniors Strategy report
Click here to read the highlights and key recommendations from Dr. Sinha's report, Living Longer, Living Well.
OACCAC response to the Seniors Strategy report
Click here to read the OACCAC's statement in support of the Seniors Strategy report recommendations.
National recognition for excellence
Click here to read about the South West CCAC receiving the highest level of accreditation and other awards.