Welcome to the HNHB LHIN Caregiver Hall of Fame!
HNHB LHIN’s Heroes in the Home Program celebrates and recognizes unpaid caregivers who provide their loved ones with care and support, allowing them to remain at home or safely in their community for as long as possible.
This year, 142 Heroes are being recognized for their tireless efforts and devotion. We often hear our Heroes recipients say, while they appreciate being honoured, they are humbled and feel recognition is not necessary because they are simply caring for their loved ones. The most common response is: "It’s just what you do for the person you love."
The Caregiver Hall of Fame honours those selfless individuals who have agreed to share their unique caregiving journeys.* We encourage you to read these remarkable stories of compassion, resilience, empathy and love. On behalf of the HNHB LHIN, we also express our sincere appreciation to those who took the time to nominate someone as a Hero in the Home. Congratulations to all of our 2018 Heroes in the Home!
*Please note, only those Heroes who have agreed to share their story and photo are featured on the Caregiver Hall of Fame. If you would like to receive this information in French or another language, click here.
Meet your 2018 Heroes in the Home
Greetings and Congratulations
Click here to read the complete message from HNHB LHIN CEO, Donna Cripps.
Read Greetings and Congratulations from:
The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada here
The Honourable Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario here
The Honourable Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier of Ontario and Minister of Health and Long-Term Care here
Why are unpaid caregivers heroes?
Watch Martina Rozsa, Vice President of Home and Community Care explain.
Do you know a Hero in the Home?
Nominate them today or click here to learn more about the Heroes in the Home Caregiver Recognition program.