January 4, 2018
Let’s Talk About Healthy People in Healthy Communities
Community agencies and partnerships across Leeds, Grenville and Lanark are talking about health equity.
Health equity means everyone has the chance to have a healthy life and be protected from things we cannot change on our own. The Basic Income Guarantee pilot, a Living Wage, universal drug benefit coverage, extended parental leave and increased licensed child care spaces are examples of health equity at work.
Let’s ask questions about health equity?
- What else do people need to be healthy?
- How can we provide what they need?
- Where in the community can they access what they need?
What can you do?
- Share your personal and professional knowledge
- Be involved in your community
- Support policy development that promotes health and well-being
- Reflect on your own choices and actions on the health of our communities
Tanis Brown, Public Health Nurse, 613-345-5685
Or Susan Healey, Communications Co-ordinator, 613-802-0550