Canadian Congenital Heart Alliance

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Applications for Board of Directors positions now open

 

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 Foundation.  The CCHA’s Nominating Committee needs your help to identify Board candidates. We are looking for committed people...

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CCHA is partnering with 3D Heart Project.

Congratulations to Dr. Carolina Escudero and her 3D Heart project team for winning the $10,000 viewers choice prize from WCCHNs 2022 BoostUP competition!

CCHA is excited to annouce we have partnered with the 3D Heart Project, an innovative cardiac project whose vision is to improve understanding for children, adults and their families of their heart defect and diagnosis by creating an open and freely accessible educational resource using 3D models. Education and access to CHD resources for individuals and families and trainees is vital to being engaged...

CHD family picnic in Edmonton, July 9, 2022, for heart defects

 

You are invited to the Congenital Heart Family Picnic in Edmonton, AB

When: Saturday July 9, 2022 11am - 2pm

Who: All children with Congenital Heart Disease and their families

Where: in person at Rundle Park

To register https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfWPL5jPL0ptaDag6Mof2szqISSlmMC...

Stay up to date through social media with @virtualheartconnection

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/VirtualFontanCamp/

Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/virtualheartconnection/

For questions, email...

Fontan camp for kids with CHD, virtual camp, heart defects

 

We are excited to annouce the 1st Pan-Canadian Virtual Fontan Heart Camp: November 26, 2022: 9 am - 3 pm (MT) with Virtual Heart Connection!

Organized in association with the Pediatric Cardiology team at the Stollery Children's Hospital, Edmonton, AB.

The goal is to connect children who have had a Fontan operation to others similar to them through this FREE, 1-day event via fun activities such as games, arts & crafts, cookie decorating, Fontan testimonies and answering any questions you may have about your heart. You will receive an activity package to do together on the day prior to the...

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The Canadian Fontan website is your one stop shop for all things Fontan related, whether you are a health care provider or living with Fontan. Follow the link to find out everything you need to know about Fontan physiology, how far we have come and what we hope for the future.

The Canadian Fontan website and registry is for adults and parents of Fontan children as well as CHD medical professionals. The site includes patient stories, educational resources, registry and notification of research projects. Check it out!

https://canadianfontan.com/

 

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The 2022 Fontan Education Day took place on April 24, 2022. Be sure to check back shortly for information and liks to the content from the Education Day.

Be sure to check out the Canadian Fontan website and patient registry, for individuals and familys of all ages with Fontan  https://canadianfontan.com/

 

 

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Check out how congenital heart disease stacks up against better recognized diseases in Canada! So many affected and so little awareness and funding! Get involved with CCHA, donate, and spread the word about the growing population of of "survivors" so that we can get the care and support we need to live long, healthy lives!

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