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Upcoming events

    • May 23, 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 3:15 PM
    • Holiday Inn Toronto Yorkdale 3450 Dufferin St, Toronto, ON M6A 2V1





    EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION

    Register by Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

    To register by Fax/Email: Complete the form below and send to

    Kerri Fisher at Fax: 416- 480-6068 or email scanned form to: kerri.fisher@sunnybrook.ca

     

     Surname:

     

     First Name:

     

     Organization:

     

     Organization

     Address:

     

     City:

     Province:

     Postal Code:

     Phone:

     Email:

     Special Dietary or Accessibility Requirements:

     Please indicate if you will be joining us for lunch: Yes             No

     If yes, please indicate the number of people for lunch: ______________

    Three Registration Fee Options: (This fee includes a 6 foot exhibitor table with two chairs in the Café Mont Atrium Space):

    o Wednesday, May 23rd RGPs of Ontario Education Day Only Exhibitor Registration Fee - $250.00

    o Thursday, May 24th Senior Friendly Care Intersectoral Conference Only Exhibitor Registration Fee - $250.00

    o Both the May 23rd RGPs of Ontario Education Day & May 24th SFCare Intersectoral Conference Exhibitor Registration Fee - $400.00

    Please email completed registration form and cheque payable to the Regional Geriatric   Program of Toronto to:  

    Kerri Fisher, Regional Geriatric Program of Toronto

    2075 Bayview Avenue, Rm. H477, Toronto ON M4N 3M5

      

    Email: Kerri.fisher@sunnybrook.ca  or Fax: 416-480-6068





    • May 23, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Home Care Assistance 1600 Steeles Ave W. Vaughan ON, L4K 4M2


    • May 24, 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Holiday Inn Toronto Yorkdale 3450 Dufferin St, Toronto, ON M6A 2V1



    Senior Friendly Care (sfCare) and the Senior Friendly Seven (SF7): building more connected care for frail seniors

    Hundreds of healthcare providers from across Ontario attended the Senior Friendly Hospital ACTION Collaborative Showcase in March 2017 to share their work, collaborate with each other, and hear expert speakers. This year's senior friendly care event will connect healthcare providers across the continuum of care. Space is limited, so we recommend registering early.

    When: May 24, 2018, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

     

    Where: Holiday Inn  Yorkdale, Toronto, Ontario

     

    Who should attend: any healthcare provider who delivers care with the goal of preserving the health and well-being of frail older adults and those at risk of frailty, including: ED and acute care staff, primary care physicians and teams, home and community care coordinators and personal home support workers, health care planners, and administrators.

     

    About: The conference will build upon the sfCare Framework and companion SF7 Toolkit. This event features:

     

    Speakers - series of expert lectures on SF7 topics by: 

    • Dr. Barbara Liu, M.D., FRCP(C), FRCP(Edin)
    • Dr. Paul Oh, MD, FRCPC
    • Dr. Nasreen Khatri, Ph.D., C.Psych
    • Dr. Andrea Moser, MD, MSc, CCFP, FCFP
    • Dr. Heather Keller, Ph.D., R.D.
    • Lawrence D. Jackson, BScPhm, CTDP
    • Dr. David Patrick Ryan, Ph.D. C.Psych.

    Collaboration - Structured, facilitated, small-group discussion and co-creation around the toolkits will provide an opportunity for you to share your expertise and provide insights on how to implement SF7 tools in a meaningful way in your practice / your sector / across the continuum of care.


    EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION

    Register by Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

    To register by Fax/Email: Complete the form below and send to

    Kerri Fisher at Fax: 416- 480-6068 or email scanned form to: kerri.fisher@sunnybrook.ca

     

     

     Surname:

     

     

     First Name:

     

     

     Organization:

     

     

     Organization

     Address:

     

     

     

     City:

     Province:

     Postal Code:

     Phone:

     Email:

     Special Dietary or Accessibility Requirements:

     Please indicate if you will be joining us for lunch: Yes             No

    Three Registration Fee Options: (This fee includes a 6 foot exhibitor table with two chairs in the Café Mont Atrium Space):

    o Wednesday, May 23rd RGPs of Ontario Education Day Only Exhibitor Registration Fee - $250.00

    o Thursday, May 24th Senior Friendly Care Intersectoral Conference Only Exhibitor Registration Fee - $250.00

    o Both the May 23rd RGPs of Ontario Education Day & May 24th Sf Care Intersectoral Conference Exhibitor Registration Fee - $400.00

     

    Please email completed registration form and cheque payable to the Regional Geriatric   Program of Toronto to:  

    Kerri Fisher, Regional Geriatric Program of Toronto

    2075 Bayview Avenue, Rm. H477, Toronto ON M4N 3M5

      

    Email: Kerri.fisher@sunnybrook.ca  or Fax: 416-480-6068

     

     

    HOTEL INFORMATION

    Holiday Inn Toronto Yorkdale

    3450 Dufferin Street

    Toronto, Ontario  M6A 2V1

    For general hotel information, please contact the Holiday Inn hotel directly at:

    Toronto local: (416) 789-5161 or visit: Holiday Inn Toronto Yorkdale Information

    EXHIBITOR SHOWCASE

    Participants will be able to visit all exhibitors to learn more about the many new products, services, programs and resources available in support of older adults in the province by visiting this year’s Exhibitor Showcase, located in the Café Mont Atrium Space.

     A complete listing of the Exhibitor’s Names and their information will be featured in final Program Notes.

                                           

    EXHIBITOR SHOWCASE PASSPORTS

    Participants will have a chance to win fabulous door prizes at the end of day but they will need to have their Passport initialed by all the exhibitors while visiting the Exhibitor Showcase in the Café Mont Atrium Space. If your organization wishes to contribute a door prize for this draw please email Kerri Fisher at: kerri.fisher@sunnybrook.ca

    Draws will take place during the Closing Session in York Hall.

    The RGP of Toronto would like to thank you and your organization for your continued support of our educational events!


    • May 29, 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Delmanor Elgin Mills 80 Elgin Mills Rd East. Richmond Hill ON, L4C 0L3

     

    TIPS York Region!

    Please join us for

     

    York Region Breakfast Meeting


    to be held at:

    Delmanor Elgin Mills 


    Hosted by:

    Kelly James 


    Date: Tuesday May 29th, 2018

    Time: 8:30am to 9am Networking

              9am to 10:30am Meeting


    Location:

    Delmanor Elgin Mills 

    80 Elgin Mills Rd East. Richmond Hill ON, L4C 0L3

     

    Please do not park at Delmanor Elgin Mills. There is is a parking lot located off Yorkland just North of Delmanor Elgin Mills, make a left at the stop sign.

       


    Please RSVP by emailing to:

    Kelly James 

    kjames@delmanor.com

     

    by Thursday May 24th, 2018


    Please note: Do not RSVP to info@tips4seniors.ca we will not take your registration. use email provided. Thank you


     

    Guest Speaker: TBA


     

    Thank you and see all there!

    • May 29, 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • This event will be held via GoTowebinar format


    • June 12, 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • Ladies Golf Club of Toronto

     

    • June 14, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Cassie Campbell CC 1050 Sandalwood Parkway West, Brampton

     

    • June 15, 2018

     

    WEAAD Bulletin - Spring 2018

     

     

     

    GROWING THE CONVERSATION

     

    Join us in

    Growing the Conversation

    to Prevent Elder Abuse on

    World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

    June 15th

     

    We can all get involved to create lasting local changes!

     

    Our 2018 WEAAD theme, 'Seeds of Change'engages individuals, agencies and organizations to "grow the conversation" to prevent elder abuse. The Seeds of Change Cards provides an unique approach taking action and being part of the solution. 

     

    Incorporating activities giving the Cards to seniors, families, clients or customers or creating social activities that involve planting wildflowers, that are embedded into the ribbon on the card, can bring awareness to the issue. "Planting the Seeds' is just one little thing YOU can do to make a BIG difference in growing the conversation.

     

    WEAAD Promotional Materials

     

    This year EAO is offering you the opportunity to purchase WEAAD Balloons and/or Seeds for Change Cards to promote WEAAD and increase awareness at your local events!

     

    "Seeds of Change Cards"

     

    The Cards are imprinted with the Seniors Safety Line information, accompanied by a purple paper ribbon which is embedded with wildflower seeds. Plant the ribbon for plants to grow!

    Available in:

    Packages of 50 or 100 for $1 each.

    Card Size: 3.67” x 4.25”

    .WEAAD Balloons

     

    Balloons are imprinted with WEAAD Logo and June 15 date. The balloons are 12″ in diameter with a Purple Crystal-Finish. They are a great addition to decorating your event or office for WEAAD!

     

    Available in:

    Package of 50: $20

    Package of 100: $40

     

    Order Here

     

     We encourage you to place your order by

    May 15th to guarantee delivery by June 15!

     

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    REGISTER your EVENT

    EAO is encouraging all networks and organizations to share their events and planned activities on the WEAAD Calendar of Events.

     

    Provide your event details and upload poster/flyer by going to:weaad.elderabuseontario.com/register-your-event 

     

    Share Your Events on Social Media

    @ElderAbuseOnt

    #WEAAD2018 #EAO  

    #GrowTheConversation

    Don’t forget to share your event PHOTOS after your WEAAD events! 

    Learning about other WEAAD events is inspiring and motivating!

     

    WEAAD Tools and Tips

     

    EAO's WEAAD Website provides individuals access to information and

    resources related to World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.  

    ·      Downloadable media templates 

    ·      Planning Tips

    ·      Fact Sheets

    ·      Certificates 

    ·      Links to supporting resources 

    ·      Listing of Events 

    Be sure to check out what OUR site can offer you!

    weaad.elderabuseontario.com

     

    It's Not Right

     

    Join us in building the movement for social change across the province, to raise awareness of this issue and mobilize communities in Ontario to take action.

     

    Elder Abuse Ontario is creating a movement of social change in Ontario to stop abuse and neglect of older adults. 

     

    EAO is encouraging Elder Abuse Networks and agencies use the INR WEAAD Resources to host an event to create awareness of elder abuse and engage community members to Grow the Conversation to promote dignity and respect of older adults.    

     

    For more information on WEAAD Events, please contact:

    Elder Abuse Ontario | 2 Billingham Road, Suite 306 | Toronto, ON M9B 6E1

     admin@elderabuseontario.com www.elderabuseontario.com


    • June 15, 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Nathan Phillips Square 100 Queen St, Toronto ON, M5H 2N2

    Celebrate National Deafblind Awareness Month at JuneFest 2018

     

    Friday June 15th from 11am – 3pm, we will be hosting our annual JuneFest event at Nathan Phillips Square that is located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2N2. We will continue our tradition of presenting the JT Award to a deserving individual, consumer group or service provider who, demonstrate excellence in creating awareness of the disability of deafblindness, expanding services and programs, and ensuring consumer involvement at all levels. 

     

    As an added bonus: The City Hall Towers will be lit up blue and celebrating June as Deafblind awareness month the night of June 15th  along with CN Tower and the Peace Bridge in Niagara Falls

    IN ADDITION, The Toronto sign will be lit up blue from 9am June 15 until 9am June 16 and the National Deafblind Awareness flag will be raised at 12 noon June 15.

     

    If you are interested in setting up an information booth, please have your registration in by Friday May 11th and your payment in by the end of May.  Along with your registration, we will need a list of items you will have set up at your booth as per the rules and regulations of Nathan Phillips Square. 

     

    *Please note you will have to bring your own tent and it must be weighted down with sandbags, large water bottles etc..

    If you do not have these weights, you will not be able to set up your tent!

    You can start booth set-up at 9am and you can start taking down your booth at 3pm

     

    Table Prices for JuneFest 2018:

    Consumer Groups $100

    Not for profit $150

    For Profit $250

     

    With your booth registration, you will get:

    • One table with 2 chairs and a blue tablecloth
    • Recognition on JuneFest’s official websitewww.junefest.ca

    We would be happy to answer any questions you might have about JuneFest and your booth participation. Please contact Marta Zaharia mzaharia@chkc.org 416 225-8989 or Lee Simpson lsimpson@chkc.org 416 730-9501

     

    Thank you and look forward to seeing you June 15, 2018


    Click for Reg:

    Booth Ltr and Reg Form 2018.pdf

    • June 27, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Home Care Assistance 1600 Steeles Ave W. Vaughan ON, L4k 4M2


    • September 08, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Trent University Durham GTA Campus 55 Thornton Rd South, Oshawa, ON


    SEPTEMBER 8, 15, 29 & OCT 13

    Saturday Classes 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

    (in-class)

     
    SEPTEMBER 12, 19

    Wednesday Classes 6:00 pm -9:00 pm
    (web based session) 

     

    Course held at Trent University

    Durham GTA Campus 

    55 Thornton Rd South, Oshawa, ON 

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    This is an introductory level course based on Elder Abuse Ontario's Core Curriculum. The course aligns with the goals of Ontario's Strategy to Combat Elder Abuse and provides fundamental continuing education to enhance the capacity of those working with older adults. It will reflect provincial, national and international best practices. 

     

    The course will help professionals who interact with seniors create/maintain an environment of safety and trust in which seniors live with dignity and respect. The course has been initiated to assist in building the capacity of those working with older adults to identify and respond to elder abuse and is based on the Ontario and Canadian government's laws and elder abuse prevention strategies and best practices.

     

    For professionals that work with/or plan to work with seniors 
    in community or care settings. 

    Of interest to social workers,nurses, PSW, occupational/

    physiotherapists, counsellors, etc.

     

     

    COURSE FEE: $500

    Get more information   Download Poster

    Register Now!

    I can't make it

     

    For More Information, please contact:

     

    Rochella Vassell

    Elder Abuse Ontario

    centralwest@elderabuseontario.com

    416-916-6728 ext. 225


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