Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Strategic Plan 2017 — 2022
Recognizing the impact of COVID-19 pandemic we have extended the No Boundaries strategic plan into a sixth year ending in March 2023.
"We want for our children what every parent wants – for our son to grow up to be an adult who has a community, a sense of purpose, and to be loved."
To reach this guiding vision, Holland Bloorview’s strategy for the next five years is to focus on three high impact areas – discover for action, personalize pathways and connect the system.
In all of these areas, Holland Bloorview will take an integrated approach to research, teaching and care.
We will drive all of our work by leading and modeling social change; mobilizing people and teams; co-creating with children, youth, families and alumni; and evolving client-centred quality and safety.
ABOUT OUR STRATEGY
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Holland Bloorview’s research, teaching, technology development and innovation will be driven by a no boundaries philosophy. Children, youth and families will be involved in developing, testing and sharing new ideas that have the most meaning to them.
Ultimately, people will have better access to the most advanced, proven care, ideas and treatment. We will inform public policy to create change that helps children and families.
People will feel more connected to how knowledge is developed and spread and we will have smarter delivery of services. People across the world will use Holland Bloorview’s innovations and knowledge for better outcomes and experiences for children and families across their lifespans.
From the earliest age, children, youth and families will be supported in planning for their futures. Every child, youth and family will have an individualized portfolio of care and services that meet their unique needs.
This pathway will be developed through a variety of sources: evidence and knowledge; client and family need; and client and family choice.
Every child and family will feel fully supported by an integrated system of services, resources, education and information across health care and community, education and social service partners, as well as through transitions into adulthood.
Holland Bloorview will collaborate with other key partners to create connections, fill gaps and support navigation so clients and families have a more seamless experience.
Our environment, culture and infrastructure will foster collaboration and excellence in all we do and deepen strengths-based, compassionate care.
Everyone connected to Holland Bloorview will be mobilized to innovate; seek new knowledge; improve care and service; advance equity, diversity and inclusion; and rally support and philanthropy for our work.
All priorities for care, research, learning and resource development will be shaped and informed by the full integration of children, youth and families into all of our work.
We will enhance access, capacity and availability of meaningful support for children, youth and families through a comprehensive, supported peer network.
We will strive for the highest quality care and safety in everything we do – our quality and safety measures will reflect what children, youth and families truly value.
In unparalleled partnership with children, youth and families, we deliver outstanding personalized, inter-professional care; maximize function through cutting-edge treatment and technology; co-create groundbreaking research, innovation and teaching; connect the system; and drive social justice for children and youth with disabilities.
The most meaningful and healthy futures for all children, youth and families.
Courage and Resilience
MAKING "NO BOUNDARIES"
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The No Boundaries Strategy Council ensures the visionary, ambitious and engaging ‘No Boundaries’ approach that lived in the planning process continues into execution. This council provides leadership to ensure that “many voices, one vision” remains at the heart of our strategy execution. Our council includes “alumni” (former clients and youth leaders), physicians, frontline staff, managers, researchers, family leaders, health care professionals and members of the senior management team. The council helps ensure the hospital is on track to achieve the ambitious goals of our ‘No Boundaries’ strategic plan, as well as being ambassadors of our strategy.
If you have questions, comments or ideas for the council, please contact Sean Peacocke, Holland Bloorview’s manager of strategy, at email@example.com.
President & CEO
Intake Coordinator, Brain Injury Rehab Team
Psychometrist, Brain Injury Rehab Team
Occupational Therapist, Participation and Inclusion
Therapeutic Recreation and Life Skills, Transitions Strategy
Manager, Philanthropy, Holland Bloorview Foundation
Operations Manager, Rehab and CCC, Brain Injury Rehab Team
Co-Chair, Family Advisory Committee
Manager, Patient Safety
Manager, Evidence to Care
Senior Director, Collaborative Practice
Scientist, Bloorview Research Institute
Senior Scientist, Bloorview Research Institute
Manager of Strategy/Manager of Centres for Leadership
Nurse Practitioner, Specialized Orthopedic & Developmental Rehab
Vice President, Programs and Services
Director, Client and Family Integrated Care
Operations Manager, Participation and Inclusion,
Communication & Writing Aids and Early Learning & Development
Vice President, Communications, Marketing & Advocacy