Past Events

Archive of past events.

  • Java Webinar Series #1: Becoming an Extraordinary Group Facilitator

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    Cost: Free

    What makes a group facilitator extraordinary? This webinar explores strategies to enhance your facilitation skills.

  • Photo showing before of man with few teeth and after with full set of teeth and his family. The Inconvenient Tooth: Exploring challenges and best practices in the management of daily mouth care for older adults in LTC

    Where: Webinar

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    Cost: Free

    The Inconvenient Tooth webinar presentation led by Mary McNally explores challenges and best practices in the management of daily mouth care for older adults in long-term care.

  • Improving Food Quality in Long-Term Care: Best practices and new initiatives

    Where: Webinar

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    Cost: Free

    During this webinar, you will learn about the Making the Most of Mealtimes (M3) research study that was conducted in long-term care homes across Canada, including useful information about food and fluid intake, better practices that were observed, where we need to focus, and new initiatives from the M3 team.

  • Chronic Disease Management: Implications for long-term care homes

    Where: Webinar

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    Cost: Free

    This webinar provides practical insights and suggestions to collaboratively work with long-term care residents living with chronic conditions, their interprofessional team, and family member care partners.

  • Maintaining and Improving Mobility in Long-Term Care Homes

    Where: Webinar

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    Cost: Free

    Maintaining and improving mobility is often a goal for residents and their family members, and is important to prevent functional decline and improve quality of life. This webinar will focus on evidence-based strategies to maintain and improve mobility for residents in long-term care homes.

  • Enhancing Team Relationships: A prerequisite to the provision of person-centred care in residential care homes

    Where: Webinar

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    Cost: Free

    This webinar shares the importance of communication as an essential ingredient to building relationships and trust between care team members. Evidence for this discussion is derived from both quantitative and qualitative studies conducted across multiple long-term care settings.

  • Through Our Eyes: Bringing the Residents’ Bill of Rights Alive

    Where: Webinar

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    Cost: Free

    During this webinar, the Ontario Association of Residents’ Councils (OARC) shares an exciting new education program called Through Our Eyes: Bringing the Residents’ Bill of Rights Alive that results in resident engagement and an education session unlike any other for all residents regardless of their abilities. This webinar is part of a 3-part Culture Change Webinar Series developed by the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging.

  • Weston Terrace’s Journey: Putting the teamwork value into action

    Where: Webinar

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    Cost: Free

    This webinar provides an overview of Weston Terrace’s journey of promoting the warmth of human connection in the care community which enables team members, family members and residents to live life fully every day. This webinar was of a 3-part Culture Change Webinar series delivered by the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging.

  • Our Language Defines Our Culture

    Where: Webinar

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    Cost: Free

    This interactive webinar explores the importance of language, and how language helps create a culture of community in long-term care. Examples of words that shift our thoughts, speech, and actions from being institutional to more respectful and resident-centred will be shared. This webinar is part of a 3-part Culture Change Webinar Series developed by the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging.

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The Ontario CLRI is funded by the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Long-Term Care, and hosted at Baycrest Health Sciences, Bruyère, and the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging.

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