Meeting the Minister

Author: Karen Copeland

It was a true honour when the Minister of Children and Families, Stephanie Cadieux joined me in Abbotsford a week ago to hear more of our family story. I sincerely appreciated the Minister’s curiousity about our experience within the systems that are available to support us.

In the meeting, I presented not only our own family service journey map but also maps created by three other families. This was to illustrate that it is not just our family who is experiencing difficulties trying to get support. And that our family story, while unique in its own right, is similar to many other families across the province. While I don’t typically present our complete family service journey map unless I am speaking, I will post a rendition of it now. This map does not reflect the entirety of services we have accessed for our child and family over…

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One Response to Meeting the Minister

  1. Thanks for the re-blog! This was such a great meeting, and I am so pleased the Minister appreciated the not just the maps, but our family story and the challenges we have faced on our journey.

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