Physicians’ Advocacy for the Critical Role of Nurses and Nursing Shortages in Developmental Service Agencies

October 19, 2022

A number of Physicians working in the Developmental Services sector, supporting the health and wellbeing of individuals living with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, have sent a letter to Ontario’s Minister of Children, Community and Social Services and Minister of Health, advocating for the Critical Role of Nurses and Nursing Shortages in Developmental Service Agencies.

“Ministers Fullerton and Jones:

 As physicians working in the Developmental Service sector, supporting children and adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) we are writing to voice our concerns and ask your help to address the critical need for nursing resources…”

Please refer below to view the full Letter of Advocacy or open the PDF in a new tab.


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