This toolkit shares information on how home providers and home seekers have the ability to live in affordable, shared accomodateion inclusive of respce, choice and dignity and of mutual benefit to all.
The CASE tool was created by Myrna Reis and Daphne Nahmiash and is designed to be administered to caregivers of elderly individuals. It comprises eight yes or no questions, and can make a handy tool to use in psychosocial assessments if you are a counsellor or a case manager.
By combining their expertise, they hoped to strengthen community responses to the abuse of older adults in Alberta through a three stage process: 1. A Literature and Stakeholder Review, 2. Identify the Essential Elements of a Comprehensive Community Response to the abuse of older adults, 3. Develop a Draft Community Development Model.
This toolkit was developed to support local governments in British Columbia in their attempts to create dementia-friendly communities. The information contained within it can assist other communities in their efforts. 44 pages. Last reviewed January 2017.
This webpage provides an overview of a pain quality improvement plan process for a long-term care home. It includes worksheets, facility assessment checklists, recommended quality improvement questions, pain audit checklists, a random sampling strategy resource and pain data tracking spreadsheets.
This online resource provides a comprehensive, evidence-informed searchable tool designed to support leaders and health care providers as they work to improve health care performance across Ontario. Quality Compass is focused on the health care issues and indicators found in Ontario’s Quality Improvement Plans.