An Overview of Baycrest@Home and its Collaboration with Toronto Grace Health Science’s Remote Client Monitoring Program


Cost: Free

Simon Cheesman, Director, Baycrest@Home
Simon has worked in the field of telemedicine and health care innovation for more than 20 years, specializing in new models of care that use innovative technology, and the health needs of older adults. While at the Ontario Telemedicine Network, he helped to pioneer a variety of virtual care programs across the province. He joined Baycrest in 2016 to help establish the Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation, known as CABHI. In 2020, he helped found Baycrest@Home, a service that uses virtual tools to help older adults and family caregivers age well in the place they call home.

Yuliya Goloida, MSW, Baycrest@Home
Yuliya holds a Masters in Social Work with a specialty in geriatrics. She has been working at Baycrest for the last 5 years with roles in: hospital inpatient services, seniors counselling and referral services. Her current hats also include: counsellor, providing one-on-one and group support; while serving as Baycrest@Home’s dementia-coach and education facilitator, leading a virtual learning series for caregivers.

By the end of the presentation, participants will be able to:
• Provide an overview of the what Baycrest@Home is, who it serves and what supports it provides
• Provide an overview of B@H’s role supporting clients receiving Remote Client Monitoring services via TGHC’s RCM program

• Register in advance here. After registering, you will receive information about joining the webinar
• If you have any questions about these rounds or wish to be included on the distribution list, please contact Tania Aragona at
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After having attended, complete the evaluation survey and enter an email address to request your certificate. You may expect to receive your certificate in approximately 2 weeks.

These sessions are open to all healthcare professionals and students to provide a learning forum to review leading practices in assessing and managing personal expressions, as demonstrated by individuals who live with dementia.

These Rounds are co-sponsored by the Behavioural Support for Seniors Program, and the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care at Baycrest


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