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External: Grow Your Own PSWs: Regional Adaptations of the Living Classroom in Long Term Care

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Where: Online Cost: Advantage Members: $299, Non-Members: $419 for Summer School

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As part of the Advantage Ontario Summer School series, this webinar demonstrates how the Living Classroom model can help LTC homes with workforce shortages. Speakers Scott Mitchell,  Shelley Sheedy, and Lori Crosson discuss:

  • The benefits of the Living Classroom, a post-secondary partnership program for addressing PSW shortages, including its impact on PSW recruitment and retention
  • The evidence collected from use and regional adaptation of this model in different long term care settings, and implementation strategies for successful program delivery from a range of stakeholder perspectives
  • How to assess your organization’s readiness to start a Living Classroom

AdvantAge Ontario Virtual Summer School

(July 28, August 11 & 25)

Advantage Ontario’s most popular Convention sessions are now more accessible than ever! Join online for three days of education, insight and inspiration. Register online today! To view more of our upcoming education click here!

For more information, visit:http://www.advantageontario.ca/AAO/Learning/2020SUMMERWEB.aspx

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