Thurs. May 28, 2020 from 12-1PM EST. Join Dr. Susan Hunter for this webinar where she will address the quantitative and standardized evaluation of safe use of 4-wheeled walker using a new tool, the Safe Use of Mobility Aid Checkllist (SUMAC). To learn more or to register click here.
July 9, 2020 at 4PM EST. This is the second of two live streams of the AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge competition. Participants will get to interact with expert panels on AgeTech innovation and watch startups pitch their ideas for a chance to win $20,000. To learn more or to register clickhere.
June 18, 2020 at 3PM EST. This is the first of two live streams of the AGE-WELL National Impact Challenge competition. Participants will get to interact with expert panels on AgeTech innovation and watch startups pitch their ideas for a chance to win $20,000. To learn more or to register click here.
The Rehabilitative Care Alliance (RCA) and GTA Rehab Network have created an online collection of resources on rehabilitation for patients with, or recovering from, COVID-19. A number are recent publications specific to COVID-19, including some that draw on the experience of China and Italy. Others are previously published documents on rehabilitation for patients following critical care/ICU admission. Additional resources will be added as they are identified or become available.
This information sheet from the University of Toronto and the University of Calgary includes information on atypical presentation of COVID-19 in frail older adults, how to optimize care for older adults suspected or confirmed COVID-19 and considerations for older adults presenting with delirium. 2 pages. Last reviewed April 8, 2020.
Time to talk is a virtual hub for the serious illness and palliative care community during the COVID-19 pandemic hosted by the Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance (WHPCA). The WHPCA is hosting a series of weekly webinars to share an opportunity to chat, ask questions, listen or share. For this and other COVID-19 resources visit their website.
Pallium, in collaboration with the Canadian Medical Association (CMA), is providing free access to essential education on palliative care for all health care professionals in response to this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. For the next 3 months, Pallium and CMA have made 6 Learning Essential Approaches to Palliative Care (LEAP) modules available for free to all health care professionals. In doing so, we hope to contribute much needed education resources to the dedicated health care teams across Canada and ensure patients with life-limiting illnesses, and their families, receive the care they need. These modules, currently only available in English, are self-directed and completed at the learner’s own pace.
As a trusted leader in the care of older adults living with frailty, the RGP of Toronto want to ensure the care providers get accurated and curated information on COVID-19 in a timely fashion, To view the most up to date resources click here.