Behavioural Support Rounds: Therapeutic Supplies


Where: Online Cost: Free

These sessions are open to all healthcare professionals and students.

These rounds are being presented by:

  • Naomi Dyon, St. Peter’s Hospital, Hamilton Health Sciences
  • Laura Mishko, Home and Community Care Support Services Toronto Central

The learning objectives for these rounds are:

  1. Introduce three novel interventions and evidence to support their use in populations with personal expressions
  2. Learn how to implement these interventions to maximize efficacy and mitigate associated risk
  3. Learn how to assess outcomes and modify use of therapeutic supplies using the WOW model (Dementiability)

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