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Approaching a Traditional Healer, Elder or Medicine Person

  • Resource Type: Publication
  • Posted On: November 22, 2018
  • Author/Source: Anishnawbe Health Toronto
  • Audience(s): Clinicians, Educators, Leaders and managers, Staff / team members

Description

This pamphlet from Anishnawbe Health Toronto provides information on Indigenous healers, Elders and medicine people, including the various supports they provide and how to approach them (being respectful, offering tobacco, etc.)

This pamphlet has been identified as a resource that supports Indigenous culture in LTC by the Ontario Caring Advisory Circle.

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