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  • Writer's pictureLen Gillis

Frustrated parents raise home care concerns

Failure of the for-profit health-care system


Tina Senior and Daniel Brousseau said the quality of care they are receiving for their six-year-old, who lives with a rare disease, from Bayshore Home Health is not only insufficient but their concerns fall on deaf ears


Daniel Brousseau, left, with his wife, Tina Senior, and their six-year-old son in a family photo posed Friday with Nickel Belt MPP France Gélinas. The MPP and the family are raising concerns about the quality of home care they receive for Alex.Len Gillis / Sudbury.Com

A Sudbury family with a seriously sick child is speaking out about what they say is a failure of the for-profit health-care system that leaves them and other families unable to get the level of care they need. 


Tina Senior and her husband Daniel Brousseau have decided to go public with the frustrations of trying to get suitable care for their six-year-old son, Alex. 


The Val Caron family met with news reporters and Nickel Belt MPP France Gélinas on March 8 to outline how difficult it has become to look after the youngster even though they qualify for various health care services.


Six-year-old Alex Brousseau of Val Caron has a disease known as Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum, which brings with it a host of health challenges. Len Gillis / Sudbury.Com

Speaking for nearly an hour, Senior said her family say they have faced difficulties and disappointments in the level of care provided to her son who has a disease known as Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum, a condition where the two sides of his brain are not adequately connected. 



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