A free self-directed learning package for nurses in long-term care on assessment and management of pain in the elderly.

This free webinar will familiarize participants with CARF, the benefits of CARF accreditation and the survey process for organizations of all sizes.  This introductory presentation is designed for Aging Services providers that are not currently CARF-accredited or would like to become familiar with the CARF accreditation process, including staff and management of the following types of organizations:

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This section includes step-by-step tools to help communities follow Ontario’s Age-Friendly Community (AFC) planning guide for developing, implementing, and evaluating their AFCs. The eight dimensions of age-friendly communities should form the basis of AFC planning. 

This guide includes interview techniques and questions to detect abuse, as well as related management strategies. 10 Pages.

This toolkit is a compilation of ideas and tools to support a more coordinated and effective community response to older women abuse.  This resource outlines what makes older women abuse unique, offers promising practices that respond to these unique needs, explores the intent, meaning and practices of obtaining informed consent to share a woman's personal health information, offers an overview of safety planning, provides a tool to explore and prioritize medium and longer term actions and provides a service directory based on potential actions outlined in the activation plan. 37 Pages.

This tools provides steps to screen, adjust risk and intervene in a primary care setting. Income referral resources and included. 4 Pages.

This chapter of the Introduction to Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD): A Handbook for Family Physicians outlines the general approaches to the use of psychotropic medications in the management of behavioural and psychological symptoms in dementia.   22 pages.

This chapter of the Introduction to Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD): A Handbook for Family Physicians outlines the general approaches to the management of psychosis in dementia.  16 pages.

This chapter of the Introduction to Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD): A Handbook for Family Physicians outlines the general approaches to the management of mood and anxiety disturbance in dementia.  
20 pages.

This white paper identifies the personal and health system burden due to undiagnosed and untreated cases of osteoporosis. The authors highlight the care gap and recommend the need for appropriate assessment and treatment based on the 2010 Clinical Practice Guidelines, through coordinated post fracture care programs using Case Management. 28 Pages.

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