SHKN Events

Welcome to Events!  Use this page to find conferences and webinars you would like to attend. Our events calendar covers a wide range of learning opportunities related to seniors’ health care and well being in Ontario, across Canada and abroad.  These events include workshops, online webinars and conferences.

If you would like to advertise your upcoming event, please contact our communications team.

Upcoming Events

SMART (Seniors Maintaining Active Roles Together)
FREE exercise classes for seniors who wish to improve cardio, strength, balance and flexibility regardless of their current ability level.  The program can help increase fitness levels, reduce social isolation and keep older adults on their feet.  Try a class and register if it is a good fit. Call 613-634-0130 or 1-800-301-0076 for more information. Programs for Stroke Recovery, Parkinson's / Multiple Sclerosis and Arthritis are also offered in Kingston.

Free Fall Prevention Programs for People 65+
These 12 week programs include information on how to lower risk of falls and include an exercise component focused on balance and strength, Upcoming program locations and dates are listed below. Registration is required at the first session.
Call 613-634-0130 ext. 3414. or 1-800-301-0076 for more information

Wed. Jan. 10, 2018 from 12-1pm EST.  Daniel McIsaac of Ottawa Hospital Research Institute wil talk about a project that aimed to identify differences between two leading frailty tools in their accuracy and ease of use for patients and clinicians. The findings will be provided to clinicans to help them choose which frailty tool to use before surgery to identify older patients at high-risk of bad outcomes after surgery. Register here.

On Wednesday January 10th at McMasters main campus, Sally Chivers of Trent University will be discussing the question of how he tools of disability studies and the disability movement could improve considerations of and actions for older adults drawing attention to how pervasively ageism relies on ableism.

Thursday, January 11th from 12-1pm, Dr. Andrea Iaboni will list dementia-related falls risk factors, describe evidence-based falls prevention approaches in the advanced stage of dementia and an approach to person-centred falls management and palliative care in advanced dementia. This presentation will be available via webcast at http://webcast.otn.ca.