Senior Friendly Care

Friday, January 25, 2019, 12 PM EST - In this presentation, Dr. Martha Spencer (Providence Health Care Associate Program Director, Division of Geriatric Medicine, UBC and Department of Medicine Clinical Instructor, UBC) will discuss the approach to the diagnosis, investigation and management of urinary incontinence in older adults. The focus will be on medical causes of incontinence and medical approaches (lifestyle, behavioural and pharmacological) to treatment. To register click here.

Wed. January 16, 2019 from 1-2PM EST. Join Ron Dendas, Ed Meehan and host, Sylvia Cheuy as they discuss the early results of Rider Poll's Collective Impact Fellows Initiative and share the thinking behind this innovative and intentional investment in the "how" of Collective Impact and how it has been a catalyst for innovative community initiatives that are having a positive impact on the well-being of their community.  Register here.

Name of Committee: Toronto Seniors Strategy Accountability Table 

Population: 2,731,571

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Name of Committee: Older Adult Advisory Committee

Population: 61,735

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Name of Committee: Pelham Senior's Advisory Committee (PSAC)

Population: 17,110

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Name of Committee: Uxbridge Age-Friendly Advisory Committee

Population: 21,176

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The Age-Friendly Communities (AFCs) interactive maps were created to identify and present the age-friendly processes and initiatives being implemented across Ontario. These maps focus on different aspects and examples of the great work happening in communities of different sizes and types to illustrate successful initiatives and opportunities for collaboration.

AFC Communities in Western Ontario

Population: 133,113

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AFC Communities in Northern Ontario

Name of Committee: Fort Frances Age-friendly Committee

Population: 7,739

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The AFC work is led by a community based organization/network. The community is currently working on implementing the tasks of their Action Plan. Their focus areas are transportation, isolation/inclusion and assistive living.

AFC Communities in Eastern Ontario

Name of Committee: Seniors Advisory Committee

Population: 13,150

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The AFC work is led by municipal staff. South Glengarry is currently working on implementing their AFC Action Plan.

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