FASTlinks is a series of web-based maps that display links for elder care services in South East Ontario organized into 10 common elder care domains. The 10 domains are organized by function, rather than disease diagnosis. FASTlinks was developed by the CSAH in collaboration with the Aging with Co-morbidities Network.
June 19, 2019 from 2:30-3:30pm EST. Join presenters Kate Ducak & Emma Bender as they discuss intergenerational partnerships between long-term care (LTC) homes and secondary school students create opportunities to combat ageism, reduce negaive perceptions and improve well-being through positive experiences. Participants will understand the benefits of experiential learning placements in LTC for secondary school students, residents and team members; learn how to use Experiential Learning in LTC guidebook and online toolkit to support LTC homes and secondary schools in establishing meaningful and impactful partnerships; leave with practical strategies and resources to start or enhance your experiential learning partnerships. To learn more or to register click here.
June 19, 2019 from 10am-3pm at 99 Thorton Rd. S. Oshawa. This unique workshop provides learning opportunities for organizations or individuals who are looking to expand their knowledge and understanding of individuals with a sensory loss and communication needs. This interactive workshop will address: sensory loss - characteristics and implications; total communication approach; communication systems; introduction to sign language - signed exact english and simulations - interactive sensory loss simulations. $150.00 lunch is included. Register here.
This document focuses on adults with a progressive, life-limiting illness, who would benefit from palliative care along with the supports required for their families and caregivers. This document emphasizes the important role of education in building capacity for palliative care, as well as the need for providers to have the necessary competetncies. 181 pages. Last reviewed May 2019.
This basic level multidisciplinary palliative care education program includes in person session s offered Aug 8, 29 & Sept. 12, 2019 at Fairmunt Home, 2069 Battersea Rd. Glenburnie, e-learning modules, self-directed reading and peer-to-peer sessions. This educaitonal program is intended for volunteers and those working in the health care system. To learn more or to register click here.
This basic level multidisciplinary palliative care education program includes in person session s offered July 10, 24 & Aug 7th, 2019 at the Trent Valley Lodge, 195 Bay St., Trenton, e-learning modules, self-directed reading and peer-to-peer sessions. This educaitonal program is intended for volunteers and those working in the health care system. To learn more or to register click here.
This information guide is intended for patients, families and caregivers. It helps explain how Parkinson's disease can affect nutrition, how to test for swallowing problems, what can be done to help and information on tube feeding. 8 pages. Last reviewed December 2018.
This is an arts-based presentation by brainXchange, Alzheimer Society of Canada and the CCNA to disseminated research findings through paintings and artistic works that healthcare professionals created when they were asked “What it is like to care for persons living with dementia who are receiving end-of-life care?". This research is intended to provoke and contribute to local and national end-of-life conversations with the intention of enhancing end-of-life care for persons and families living with dementia. Watch the webinar recording here.