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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network: Community of Practice
September 16 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network is committed to supporting health and service professionals to provide skilled and compassionate bereavement care. We heard you when you asked for more information and support. Please join us to form a Community of Practice where we can all connect with one another to share our ideas, triumphs, and struggles.
The monthly Community of Practice is meant to be interactive, informative, and supportive. We are seeking representation from across Ontario and will be monitoring registration to allow for this. The number of participants may be limited, so please only register if you are able to commit to attending. If you have more than one person from your organization that would like to participate, we ask that you only have 1 person register per session.
Topic: PAIL Network Updates; October 15th Awareness Campaign and Kits (update); Care in the Time of Covid19
Zoom details: Will be sent when registration complete
EventBrite link for sign-up: https://pailnetworkcopsept2020.eventbrite.ca
Password for Registration: PAILCOP
Michelle La Fontaine
Michelle La Fontaine Bio:
Michelle La Fontaine is the Program Manager of Pregnancy and Infant Loss (PAIL) Network. Michelle benefitted from support provided by PAIL Network to her and her family after the loss of their twins in 2005. Michelle is devoted to helping families get the support and resources they need to learn how to incorporate the loss of a baby into their lives in order to find hope. Professionally, Michelle has more than 15 years of related experience coaching and working with families in various capacities, and was instrumental in the development and advocacy around the passing of Bill 141: Pregnancy and Infant Loss Research and Care Act, 2015.
Suzie O’Regan Bio:
Suzie O’Regan (she/her) is a Special Projects Coordinator with PAIL Network and oversees a variety of program initiatives and events. Most of her time is spent supporting the Education Team with the logistical planning of Compassionate Care Workshops, planning and facilitating commemorative events for PAIL families, and organizing PAIL Network’s first Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Kit. Today she will be joining us to provide an update about the awareness kits and upcoming events to share with families.
Megan Fockler Bio:
Megan Fockler (she/her) works as the Education Coordinator for PAIL Network, where she leads the team that provides workshops to professionals around Ontario about the provision of skilled and compassionate care to families who experience the loss of a pregnancy or death of their baby. She also supports the development of resources for families and professionals and conducts research aimed to understand and improve the care experience of families when they interact with the healthcare system. Today Megan will be sharing about plans for providing remote Compassionate Care Workshops, and discussion strategies for caring for families experiencing pregnancy and infant loss during the COVID19 pandemic.
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