Webinar - Live - Jordan’s Principle: Understanding the Funding and How to Apply with Monica Hemeon
Jordan’s Principle is a child-first and needs-based requirement in Canada to ensure that First Nations children living on and off reserve have equitable access to all government funded public services. It highlights that First Nations children should have access to public services without delay or denial. This webinar will give you the basics of what it is, how to apply as well as who you can connect with for support navigating Jordan’s Principle in Ontario.
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Monica is the Jordan’s Principle Coordinator for Nishnawbe Aski Nation, which serves 49 First Nations Communities in Northwestern Ontario. She has spent her career working with Indigenous people to improve their health outcomes and is now advocating for the children through Jordan’s Principle. She has a Critical Care, Diabetes, Wound Care and Administrators Certificate and is enrolled in the First Nations Health Managers Association Certification Course. She is a Registered Nurse from the Red Rock Indian Band and the mother of 2 boys.
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