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Assessment and Management Tool – Common Meds and Falls Risk

A quick reference of the common medications and substances associated with increased falls in older adults.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Functional Decline SFH Toolkit

This enhanced processes of care module on functional decline provides information on screening, detecting, preventing, managing, monitoring and evaluation. It was developed under the guidance of the provincial SFH Promising Practices Toolkit Working Group.

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Assessment and Management Tool – MOVE ON Mobility Resources

This portal provides many ready-to-use-resources from the Mobilization of Vulnerable Elders in Ontario (MOVE ON) initiative. The goal of MOVE ON is to implement an evidence-informed early mobilization strategy to prevent functional decline in older patients admitted to hospital.

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Assessment and Management Tool – SF7 Mobility Toolkit

The SF7 Toolkit supports clinical best practices for healthcare providers across the sectors of care and includes self-management tools for older adults and their caregivers. The toolkit provides a common practice framework that complements the unique skills and practices of the various care providers helping older adults. SF7 focuses on seven clinical areas that support resilience, independence, and quality of life: cognition (particularly delirium), mobility, social engagement, continence, pain, nutrition, and polypharmacy.

The SF7 toolkit is available by individual topic, or bundled together. Click here to access the SF7 Toolkit.

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Other – GiiC Overview

This document provides an overview of the Geriatrics Interprofessional Interorganizational Collaboration (GiiC) initiative and includes a list of resources which were included in the 2008 toolkit. Resources from this toolkit are available on request.

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Other – sfCare Learning Series: Mobility Poster (multi language)

Co-developed with geriatric clinical experts from Ontario, on behalf of the Regional Geriatric Programs of Ontario, the sfCare Learning Series comprises introductory educational modules for clinicians, along with supporting posters and patient handouts on 7 key clinical topics: delirium, mobility, polypharmacy, pain, loneliness, nutrition, and urinary incontinence.

This mobility poster is also available in other languages:

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Patient Resource – sfCare Learning Series: Mobility Handout

Co-developed with geriatric clinical experts from Ontario, on behalf of the Regional Geriatric Programs of Ontario, the sfCare Learning Series comprises introductory educational modules for clinicians, along with supporting posters and patient handouts on 7 key clinical topics: delirium, mobility, polypharmacy, pain, loneliness, nutrition, and urinary incontinence.

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Presentation – Exercise and Seniors: Your Health Depends on it!

This presentation by Dr. Paul Oh at the sfCare Intersectoral Conference in May 2018 underscores the importance of mobilizing older adults, and provides practical guidance on exercise types and amounts.

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Presentation – Mobility in the ED (JBH)

This presentation explains how to assess mobility and identify some of the common mobility impairments. It also provides an overview of the Seniors Mobile Assess and Restore Team (SMART) at Joseph Brant Hospital.

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Presentation – sfCare Learning Series: Mobilization (intro module for clinicians)

Co-developed with geriatric clinical experts from Ontario, on behalf of the Regional Geriatric Programs of Ontario, the sfCare Learning Series comprises introductory educational modules for clinicians, along with supporting posters and patient handouts on 7 key clinical topics: delirium, mobility, polypharmacy, pain, loneliness, nutrition, and urinary incontinence.

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For older adults and their family and caregivers who are looking for information about community services and programs including health and wellness, estate and advanced care planning, housing, finances, and transportation, we recommend the Ontario Government’s website Information for Seniors.

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