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About Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin

Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. was funded in its formation by the federal government (FNIHB/ISC) beginning in 2017 and framed as MKO’s Clinical Care Transformation initiative. Since that time, and via partnerships, we have increased diagnostic care physician and specialist services; pediatrician and clinical psychology services to children via Jordan’s Principle, and mental wellness services. There is much more to be done including the scoping work to determine the depth and breadth of health and wellness transformation – and how far we must go together to ensure equitable and safe care for all First Nations people.


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Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. was funded in its formation by the federal government (FNIHB/ISC) beginning in 2017 and framed as MKO’s Clinical Care Transformation initiative. Since that time, and via partnerships, we have increased diagnostic care physician and specialist services; pediatrician and clinical psychology services to children via Jordan’s Principle, and mental wellness services. There is much more to be done including the scoping work to determine the depth and breadth of health and wellness transformation – and how far we must go together to ensure equitable and safe care for all First Nations people.

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At Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. (KIM Inc.), your health and safety are our top priorities. As you enjoy the great outdoors, its important to stay vigilant against ticks and mosquitoes, which can carry harmful diseases. Here are some essential tips to keep you and your loved ones safe:

Tick Safety (A.W.A.R.E.):

AVOID areas where ticks live. They thrive in wood piles, long grass, leaf piles, and beach grass.

WEAR light-coloured clothing; long pants, sleeves, socks, and close-toed shoes. Tuck long hair into a hat.

APPLY EPA-approved tick repellent (such as picaridin or DEET) on skin and insecticide (such as permethrin) to clothing & shoes as directed.

REMOVE clothing upon entering the home; toss it into the dryer at high temperature for 10-15 minutes.

EXAMINE yourself and your pets for ticks daily. Check everywhere...ticks love to hide!

Visit etick.ca to find more information on how to recognize a tick, how to remove a tick, and how to protect yourself and your family.

 
Mosquito Safety:

Use insect repellent with the following active ingredients: DEET, picaridin, IR3535, oil of lemon eucalyptus or para-menthane0diol, or 2-undecanone.  Read and follow all label directions.

Wear light-coloured, loose-fitting protective clothes made of tightly woven materials such as nylon or polyester.

Empty water that collects in rain gutters, buckets, toys, and other locations outside that mosquitoes can breed in.  This includes replacing water in bird baths and outdoor pet dishes at least twice a week.

Avoid strong fragrances as they can attract mosquitoes

Use mosquito netting when sleeping outdoors or in an unscreened structure. Also use netting to protect infants when outdoors.

For more information, you can visit canada.ca/mosquitoes

#kiminc #IndigenousHealth #safetyfirst #SummerSafety #health

At Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. (KIM Inc.), your health and safety are our top priorities. As you enjoy the great outdoors, it's important to stay vigilant against ticks and mosquitoes, which can carry harmful diseases. Here are some essential tips to keep you and your loved ones safe:

Tick Safety (A.W.A.R.E.):

AVOID areas where ticks live. They thrive in wood piles, long grass, leaf piles, and beach grass.

WEAR light-coloured clothing; long pants, sleeves, socks, and close-toed shoes. Tuck long hair into a hat.

APPLY EPA-approved tick repellent (such as picaridin or DEET) on skin and insecticide (such as permethrin) to clothing & shoes as directed.

REMOVE clothing upon entering the home; toss it into the dryer at high temperature for 10-15 minutes.

EXAMINE yourself and your pets for ticks daily. Check everywhere…ticks love to hide!

Visit etick.ca to find more information on how to recognize a tick, how to remove a tick, and how to protect yourself and your family.


Mosquito Safety:

Use insect repellent with the following active ingredients: DEET, picaridin, IR3535, oil of lemon eucalyptus or para-menthane0diol, or 2-undecanone. Read and follow all label directions.

Wear light-coloured, loose-fitting protective clothes made of tightly woven materials such as nylon or polyester.

Empty water that collects in rain gutters, buckets, toys, and other locations outside that mosquitoes can breed in. This includes replacing water in bird baths and outdoor pet dishes at least twice a week.

Avoid strong fragrances as they can attract mosquitoes

Use mosquito netting when sleeping outdoors or in an unscreened structure. Also use netting to protect infants when outdoors.

For more information, you can visit canada.ca/mosquitoes

#kiminc #IndigenousHealth #safetyfirst #SummerSafety #health
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1 week ago

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Are there ticks North of 53?

Stay safe during this heat wave to enjoy the land and water to the fullest!

#summer #SummerSafety #sunsafety #SafeSwimming #safetytips

Stay safe during this heat wave to enjoy the land and water to the fullest!

#summer #SummerSafety #sunsafety #safeswimming #safetytips
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2 weeks ago
Have a story to share about your Northern health care experiences?
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU.

Attend an in-person engagement session in Thompson, MB

To register, please contact Jenny Lay (431) 337-6289 or email wawatew.iskwew@gmail.com

Have a story to share about your Northern health care experiences?
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU.

Attend an in-person engagement session in Thompson, MB

To register, please contact Jenny Lay (431) 337-6289 or email [email protected]
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Hi Jenny, I left you a voice message. Hoping to speak to you about this.

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