The 3rd biennial Indigenous Health Conference, Walking Together, May 24-26, 2018, Toronto. This interdisciplinary conference is designed to help health care providers understand how Indigenous ways of knowing with respect to health and well-being can be utilized in health care approaches for Indigenous peoples. To learn more or to register click here.

This American policy brief aims to provide recommendations to policy makers and service providers to improve the health and wellness of LGBT elders of colour.  While the recommendations are based on the American context the content can provide insightful in other contexts.

Join presenter Phyllis Fehr for this webinar on Wed. Dec. 13th from 12-1pm EST  where she will provide an overview of the human rights' movement in Canada, including recent developments and engagement with the United Nations; encourage participants to consider how our human rights apply to people living with dementia as well as hear personal stories and case examples that illustrate common instances of discrimination and abuse of human rights that occur regularly in our health and social care systems.  Register here.

In collaboration with the Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat, Elder Abuse Ontario and Western University invite you to be part of a provincial initiative to engage our citizens in challenging social norms and encouraging bystander interventions in support of at-risk seniors.

March 21-24th 2017 in Sudbury, Rainbow Health Ontario is bringing together health and social service providers, community members, researchers and policy makers to advance LGBTQ25 heatlh outcomes in Ontario. This conference will focus on building partnerships in health and social services to promote the health of Ontario’s diverse LGBTQ2S populations, including those in northern and rural areas. In our programming, we have emphasized an intersectional approach to health and well-being, streamed according to 7 themes: clinical practice; public policy, activism and human rights; community support and development; professional education and training; research; organization and systems change; and ethics and law. Register here.

Join the Elder Abuse Ontario coalition on March 30th, 2017 from 8:30-4:30 for this important session on best practices in approaches to elder abuse.

The South East Regional Elder Abuse Prevention Planning Network (REAP) website provides helpful information to help understand different forms of abuse, how to get help, and other related resources.

This brief prepared for the Senate Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology and includes a contextual overview, background and recommendations.

This webinar reviews reporting abuse and crimes within the  for people with communication disabilities. This webinar was held on May 18, 2016 and is brought to you by Communication Disabilities Access Canada and is made possible through funding from The Law Foundation of Ontario. For more information, you can visit us on the web at: http://cdacanada.com

This  brief  was  produced  by  the  McMaster  Health  Forum  to  serve  as  the  basis  for discussions  by  the  citizen  panel  on  how  to  improve  end-of-life  communication  and decision-making in Ontario. This brief includes information on end-of-life communication including what is known about: the underlying problem; three possible options to address the problem; and potential barriers and facilitators to implementing these options. 

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