March 22-24: Inspiring Inclusive Communities in Ontario: Moving age-friendly insights, innovations and strategies into action is a free, virtual, 3-day conference for Age-Friendly Community Initiatives in Ontario, planners, implementers, researchers, academics and policy makers.
Prior to the pandemic, our health system was not effectively serving older adults with complex needs and their caregivers. We cannot simply return to the status quo; we must do better. 2021 Conference – Transforming Care: Supporting Older Adults Post-COVID in Ontario
The Rehabilitative Care Alliance (RCA) and GTA Rehab Network have created an online collection of resources on rehabilitation for patients with, or recovering from, COVID-19
The Ontario Long Term Care Association launched Link2LTC, powered by Tazwiz, as a system-wide solution to the sector’s critical need for staff – exacerbated by COVID-19. Ontario’s health students are uniquely qualified to support long-term care homes and would benefit from these paid opportunities with screening and critical training. The time to care is now. Check out ltc.tazwiz.com today.
This information sheet from the University of Toronto and the University of Calgary includes information on atypical presentation of COVID-19 in frail older adults, how to optimize care for older adults suspected or confirmed COVID-19 and considerations for older adults presenting with delirium.
This webpage shares new and existing supports for long-term care leaders and team members. During this pandemic the Ontario CLRI is organizing their activities to respond to the change in priorities for long-term care (LTC) homes in the time of COVID-19.