North York General Hospital is seeking an SGS Clinical Coordinator

Your goal in this position is to provide mentorship, education, and ongoing clinical support to five Geriatric Outreach Teams (GOT) within the Ontario Health Central region. You will establish relationships with community partners, organizations,…


Read More

sfcare Newsletter – Senior’s Month – Special Edition

Wouldn’t it be nice to know how to help community-dwelling older adults with frailty move more each day? Learn about our Stretch, Lift or Tap program in our Senior's Month Special Edition newsletter.    


Read More

sfcare Newsletter June 2022 – PCL

Documenting responsive behaviours in person-centred language enhances care & promotes safety. Learn more in our June 2022 newsletter.    


Read More

We’re Hiring!

Job Title Project Assistant (1 year contract; may become permanent) Responsibilities Working with RGP team, the Project Assistant will: Assist with project development, implementation and evaluation activities such as information gathering; project…


Read More

sfcare Newsletter May 2022 – Medication Adherence Learning Module

Check out the module in our sfCare Learning Series for clinicians: Medication Adherence. Its packed with practical strategies for assessing and improving medication adherence in your older patient. Learn more in our May 2022 newsletter.  …


Read More

Unionville Home Society is seeking a Clinician – Physiotherapist / Occupational Therapist

ORGANIZATION New Unionville Home Society (NUHS) is a not-for-profit charitable organization located in Unionville that has provided leadership in service to seniors since 1967.  New Unionville Home Society and its affiliate corporations operate a…


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times Feb 2022 – what does a senior-friendly greeting look like?

When you are surrounded by constant change, remember that a senior friendly greeting is within your control. See what this greeting looks like in practice, in our Feb 2022 newsletter.    


Read More

North York General Hospital is seeking a Nurse Practitioner

IMAGINE a hospital where everyone is committed to excellence. We did. We are. From boardroom to bedside, we go above and beyond to offer the best and safest patient care. At North York General Hospital (NYGH), we put our patients first in everything…


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times Nov 2021 – re-igniting commitment to sfCare

It's time to re-ignite our individual and collective commitment to sfCare! The development of the sfCare Framework has undergone scientific peer-review and is published here: Guidance for hospital and community-based health services for older…


Read More

Strategic Plan 2020-2023

Learn about our strategic priorities. Click here to read our strategic plan for 2020-2023.


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times – October 2021

Tips on preventing harm, and upcoming education sessions. Learn more in our October 2021 newsletter.    


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times – September 2021

The 5-min refresh, the solution to foggy visors, and many upcoming education sessions. Learn more in our September 2021 newsletter.    


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times – June 2021

How to achieve quick wins when implementing Ontario’s Delirium Quality Standard. Learn more about this new resource in our June 2021 newsletter.    


Read More

Have you joined our Community of Practice for GTA Ontario Health Teams?

The greater Toronto area (GTA) Ontario Health Teams (OHT) Community of Practice (CoP) on Senior Friendly Care meets on a bi-monthly basis. The CoP is hosted by our talented team here at the RGP of Toronto. Representatives from OHTs in the GTA who…


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times – March 2021

5 things you can do right now to improve delirium prevention in your practice or organization. Find these tips and new resources in our March 2021 newsletter.    


Read More

New Quality Standard on Delirium from Ontario Health – Now Available!

Delirium is often a complication of respiratory illnesses, such as pneumonia, in older adults. Early studies indicate between 20% and 30% of people with COVID-19 will present with or develop delirium or mental status changes during hospitalization.……


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times – Jan 2021

Are you prepared for COVID-19 vaccination conversations? The PGLO's new slide deck for clinicians has ready-to-use, evidence-based answers to common COVID-19 vaccination questions. Find this, and other new resources in our January 2021 newsletter.…


Read More

Supporting physical activity during COVID-19 lock-downs

Our Stretch, Lift, or Tap (SLoT) program can help home-bound older adults with frailty “SLoT” more movement into their daily activities! Please help us recruit older adults to participate in this research by distributing this one-page info flyer…


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times – Dec 2020

Learn how to turn a ho-hum hello into a delirium prevention, trust-building, senior friendly powerhouse in our December 2020 newsletter.    


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times – Nov 2020

Finding opportunities for you and those you provide care for to move more each day in our November 2020 newsletter.    


Read More

E-learning For Clinicians

NEW - introductory-level senior friendly care (sfCare) Learning Series for clinicians (delirium, loneliness, mobilization, nutrition, pain, polypharmacy, and urinary incontinence) in an e-learning format Each learning module includes: presentation…


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times – Oct 2020

Learn how to perfect your "mask voice" in our October 2020 newsletter.    


Read More

sfcare in Pandemic Times – Sept 2020

How do you maintain human connection through personal protective equipment and virtual visits? See our 2 top tips in our September 2020 newsletter.    


Read More

9 NEW LANGUAGES AVAILABLE for The Delirium Prevention Poster

Delirium prevention poster now available in 15 languages! Our delirium prevention poster has gained popularity across the province, and world-wide. This print-ready infographic highlights 6 proven strategies to prevent delirium in older adults. Now…


Read More