Empowered Kids Ontario is pleased to announce AlayaCare as the Presenting Partner for the upcoming EKO Spring Symposium 2023, taking place April 12 and 13 at the Toronto Sheraton Centre.
“We’re honoured to partner with AlayaCare, a company that enables agencies and care providers to achieve better outcomes with transformative technology and data insights,” says EKO CEO Jennifer Churchill. “Better outcomes is what the EKO Spring Symposium is all about. With a history of more than 25 years, EKO’s flagship event brings together an audience of several hundred clinicians, leaders, scientists, students and trainees, families, youth and stakeholders to share knowledge and collaborate so kids with disabilities and their families can live their best lives.”
“Participating in meaningful events like the Empowered Kids Ontario Spring Symposium is what validates our purpose as a technology company—bringing better outcomes to all those we serve,” says Martin Ducharme, AlayaCare’s Vice President of Sales, Canada and International Development. “AlayaCare is driven by a shared purpose with EKO and its members: contributing to agencies’ continuous improvement of programs and services for kids with disabilities and their families. We look forward to the impressive lineup of presenters for this year’s Spring Symposium with activities that will give every delegate knowledge, tools, and connections they can immediately put into practice.”
AlayaCare is the exclusive Presenting Partner of the EKO Spring Symposium Networking session, one of the highlights of the program this year.
To learn more about the EKO Spring Symposium 2023, please visit: https://www.empoweredkidsontario.ca/springsymposium2023.
Empowered Kids Ontario represents Ontario’s child development and rehabilitation agencies, which provide services and programs to more than 150,000 kids every year, at home, in schools and in the community. EKO members care for kids with childhood disabilities; kids with developmental disabilities—physical, cognitive and communication; kids who are recovering from illness or injury; and kids with complex care needs including cerebral palsy, autism, FASD, and Down syndrome and other neurodisabilities. EKO is a founding member of the Children’s Health Coalition Ontario.
AlayaCare offers an end-to-end platform for governments, home care businesses, and community care providers to manage the entire client lifecycle, including needs assessments, care plans, scheduling, route optimization, billing, and payments, and visit verification. AlayaCare is a cloud-based solution accessible via desktop and mobile app—combining in-person and virtual care for providers around the world. For more information, visit: www.alayacare.com.