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#1in100

Hey Canada.

CCHA is challenging you to find your 1 in 100 Champion!

Share your video, picture or story of your 1 in 100 Champion on social media to help raise awareness for Congenital Heart Disease #CHD. Tag us in your post @cchaforlife on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtags #1in100, #CHD, #CCHA.  Not on social media - no problem. You can still share your 1 in 100 Champion video, picture or story by emailing them to us at...

The presentation from the 2017 AGM is now posted.

Click the link below for details.

http://www.cchaforlife.org/2017-agm

Board of Directors - Positions available

Interested in supporting children and adults with CHD across Canada, apply for a position on our Board of Directors

The Canadian Congenital Heart Alliance (CCHA) is looking for its next generation of leaders to fill critical volunteer positions on our national Board of Directors. This elected group supports the work of CCHA and provides mission-based leadership and strategic governance.  We believe that a highly effective Board includes members from across Canada from many walks of life and that this diversity helps to best guide the overall strategic management and stewardship of the...

Health records

Toronto Star reporter Kristin Rushowy shining the spotlight on issue of medical records retention, a growing problem for Canadians living with CHD who had surgery as a child.

https://www.thestar.com/news/queenspark/2017/07/28/medical-records-of-sick-kids-should-be-kept-for-life-group-urges.html

 

The Canadian Congenital Heart Alliance (CCHA) partnered with the CHEO's HALO Research Institute and recreational facilities in your local community to deliver Fearless Physical Activity events for children, teens, and adults living with congenital heart disease (CHD) held across Ontario in 2017.

Interested in Fearless Physical Activity? Check out our resources here Fearless Physical Activity

 

Funding provided through a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport

 

Province the first in Canada to offer screening to all healthy babies  By Jennifer Chevalier, CBC News. Photo Jean Delisle/CBC

 

The announcement that Pulse Oximetry Newborn Screening is coming to Ontario is amazing news for early detection of babies born with Critical Congenital Heart Defects (CCHD).

This program will help catch upwards of 150 babies a year born with Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) but who currently leave the hospital undiagnosed. “Early detection and treatment of CHD is critical in ensuring the best possible long-term quality of life for individuals that will live with this life-long disease" stated Krista Vriend, President of the Canadian Congenital Heart Alliance (CCHA). "Leadership and progress on...

Very exciting, CCHA's Fearless Physical Activity program in partnership with CHEO is featured on CTV Ottawa!

Check out the video: http://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/video?binId=1.1166252 

CHEO has a Cardiology Approved Camp at the YMCA August 14th to 18th. Deadline registeration is April 30th

Contact Angekica Blais for more information e-mail: ablais@cheo.on.ca

Phone: 613-737-7600 ext: 4191

PDF icon Download Camp poster 2017.pdf (24.46 MB)

CHEO has a Cardiology Approved Camp at the YMCA August 14th to 18th. Deadline registeration is April 30thPDF icon Download Camp poster 2017.pdf (24.46 MB)

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