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.

This checklist identifies environmental adaptations for seniors that could help prevent accidents and enhance independent living at home. Guidelines on how to hire a reputable contractor are included.

The research article provides an update on changes to the Canadian Preventive Care Checklist (PCC) Form© including updates on vitamin D and calcium supplementation, depression screening and lifestyle modifications in obese patients, blood pressure targets in hypertension, dyslipidemia screening, and new vaccination recommendations from the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI). 5 Pages.

This webpage features health promotion resources to support your ACP day campaign in Ontario.  Bilingual resources include social media messages, the newly revised Ontario HCC ACP workbook, posters and videos.  Additional print resources are available to order online. 

This American website provides general guidance regarding approaching a variety of potentially sensitive subjects with older adults.  Last reviewed March 2019..

This American website provides a number of video examples for health care providers on how they can manage a variety of difficult conversations with patients and families. Last reviewed March 2019.

This webpage includes a video clip which helps learners understand and recognize speech changes and declines through the stages of dementia. Last reviewed January 2019.

This webpage highlights key ways to support those with Primary Progressive Aphasia and their carepartners. Last reviewed January 2019.

This webpage showcases innovative examples from municipalities, seniors’ associations and developers.  Last reviewed July 2018.
 

This webpage from the Government of Canada is intended to help older Canadians determine which benefits they may be eligible for. Last reviewed June 2018. 

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