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Assessment and Management Tool – 13 Prescribing Tips for Older Adults

Thirteen practical prescribing tips for older adults, as curated by Lawrence Jackson BScPhm, CTDP.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Assessment of Delirium in Primary Care Pocket Card

This pocket card for primary care providers describes causes of delirium.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Cognitive Impairment in Dementia – the 7As

This tool compiles seven thinking problems and cognitive loss of people with dementia and strategies to compensate.

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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 – Confusion Assessment Method (short version) Pocket Card

This pocket card contains a ready-to-print short version of the CAM.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Decision Making Capacity and Dementia

The Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing developed this guideline for evaluating decision-making capacity in hospitalized patients and those in long-term care diagnosed with dementia.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Delirium (NICE – UK)

The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) Clinical Guideline 103 – Delirium: diagnosis, prevention and management, was developed by the National Clinical Guideline Centre in the UK to guide the identification, diagnosis, prevention, and management of delirium.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Delirium 101 for Healthcare Administrators Infographic

This infographic, created by Delirium Care Network, provides consequences, costs and an action plan for preventing delirium. For more delirium infographics, please click here for the Delirium Care Network.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Delirium SFH Toolkit

This enhanced processes of care module on delirium 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 – Determining Decision Making Ability Pocket Card

This pocket card gives the user a set of probing questions to assess the decision-making ability in older adults.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Fear of Falling in Older Adults

The Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing developed this reference sheet explaining the use of Falls Efficacy Scale-International Tool, which is a short, easy to administer tool that measures the level of concern about falling during social and physical activities inside and outside the home whether or not the person actually does the activity.

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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 – Geriatric Screening in Primary Care Pocket Card

This pocket card provides guidance on the assessment of 6 key areas: vision, hearing, functional status, urinary incontinence, nutrition, and memory

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Assessment and Management Tool – Internal Transfers Checklist

A tool to assist with internal transfers.

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Assessment and Management Tool – KGH Patient Experience Advisor Satisfaction Survey

Kingston General Hospital created this survey to measure the satisfaction of patient experience advisors.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Meaning and Solutions for Behaviours in Dementia

This document outlines a list of solutions to help manage specific dementia-related behaviors.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Modified Dementia Observation System

This is a tool for documenting the behaviors for people living with dementia.

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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 – Pain

A comprehensive pain assessment tool.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Pain in Older Adults with Dementia

The Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing developed this reference sheet on the Pain Assessment in Advanced Dementia (PAINAD) Scale.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Potentially Inappropriate Medication Use in Older Adults (AGS)

The American Geriatrics Society’s (AGS) 2015 Beers Criteria for Potentially Inappropriate Medication Use in Older Adults

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Assessment and Management Tool – Process Flow for Escalated Behaviour

This flow map describes the process to follow as soon as an escalated behaviour is identified by any healthcare provider.

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Assessment and Management Tool – RNAO’s Continence Care and Bowel Management

The RNAO developed this module as part of their Long-Term Care Best Practices Toolkit, 2nd edition.

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Assessment and Management Tool – RNAO’s Delirium, Dementia and Depression in Older Adults

The RNAO developed an on-line course for assessment of older adults with delirium, dementia and/or depression (the “3Ds”).

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Assessment and Management Tool – RNAO’s Elder Abuse

The RNAO developed this learning package, which includes guidelines, a webinar, and implementation tools to help nurses recognize and provide care for older adults who are experiencing abuse.

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Assessment and Management Tool – RNAO’s Pain in the Elderly

The RNAO developed this learning package for nurses to effectively manage acute and chronic pain in a long-term care setting.

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Assessment and Management Tool – RNAO’s Preventing Falls and Reducing Injury from Falls

The RNAO developed this learning package for nurses and other healthcare providers providing care to anyone at risk for falls across the health-care continuum, including those living in the community.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Seniors as Patient Safety Advocates Survey

This 21-item self-administered survey is a companion document to the Seniors as Patient Safety Advocates presentation and is designed to assess seniors’ views about their participation in safety tasks. It can be used to evaluate interventions and training programs aimed at improving seniors’ self-advocacy skills.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Talking with Your Older Patient

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) provides tips for communicating with older patients in ways that are respectful and effective for information exchange.

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Assessment and Management Tool – The Geriatric Depression Scale (short form)

The Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing developed this reference sheet explaining the use of the GDS short form.

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Assessment and Management Tool – The Hendrich II Fall Risk Model

The Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing developed this reference sheet explaining the use of the Hendrich II Fall Risk Model. The major strengths of the model are its brevity, the inclusion of “risky” medication categories, and its focus on interventions for specific areas of risk, rather than on a single, summed general risk score.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Timed Up and Go Test

An assessment to detect “fallers”, and those who need evaluation.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Transient Urinary Incontinence in Older Adults

The Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing developed this reference sheet for transient urinary incontinence.

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Assessment and Management Tool – Who Assesses Capacity Under What Circumstances

This guideline determines who assesses capacity and under what circumstances.

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Other – 12 Steps to Effective Clinical Coaching

This document provides tips on how to coach clinicians.

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Other – Code Plus Physical Design Components

Fraser Health (British Columbia) developed guidelines for the physical design in hospitals which focus on preserving functional ability and safety of older adults admitted to hospital.

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Other – Collaborative Model of Emergency Departments Services

This document describes an emergency department model which integrates the GEM Nurse, Social Worker, and Community Care Access Centre Care Coordinator.

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Other – Family/Caregivers as Care Partners Checklist

Planetree Org created a 13-question Quality Checking Tool to support organizations in assessing the quality of their care partner program, and to help identify opportunities for strengthening the ways you partner with family members to deliver optimal patient care.

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Other – Fishbone Template for Workplace Wellbeing

Fishbone template for workplace wellbeing.

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Other – GEM FAQ

This document answers the most frequently asked questions about the GEM program.

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Other – GEM Program Development

This slide deck describes the components of the GEM practice model

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Other – GEM Provincial Network Contact List

Contact list for the provincial GEM Network.

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Other – GEM Role in Community Hospital

This document outlines the responsibilities of a GEM nurse in a community hospital.

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Other – GEM Role in Urban Teaching Hospital

This document outlines the responsibilities of a GEM nurse in an urban teaching hospital.

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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, and are available on request.

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Other – KGH Patient and Family Led Feedback Forums

Kingston General Hospital created this information pamphlet for healthcare providers on how to set up a patient and family led feedback forum.

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Other – KGH Patient and Family-Centred Care

Kingston General Hospital created this patient and family-centred care information pamphlet for healthcare providers.

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Other – KGH Patient Experience Advisor Pamphlet

Kingston General Hospital created this information pamphlet on becoming a patient experience advisor.

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Other – KGH Patient Experience Advisors

Kingston General Hospital created this handbook for their patient experience advisors.

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Other – KGH Patient-Centred Leadership: Briefing Notes

Kingston General hospital created this guide and template for creating committee briefing notes, with a patient-centred focus.

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Other – KGH Patient-Centred Leadership: Committee/Council Participants

Kingston General hospital created this information pamphlet for healthcare providers on applying the principles of patient-centredness as a committee member.

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Other – KGH Patient-Centred Leadership: Decision Making

Kingston General hospital created this information pamphlet for healthcare providers on the use of the Accountability for Reasonableness tool (A4R) – a framework that supports fair priority setting and principle based decision making.

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Other – KGH Patient-Centred Leadership: Effective Meetings

Kingston General hospital created this guide for preparing for and conducting meetings in a way that demonstrates patient-centred leadership.

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Other – KGH Policies for Supporting Patient and Family Centred Care

Kingston General Hospital created a document to illustrate how to use patient and family-centred language in policies.

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Other – Knowledge to Practice Framework

This document describes the 4-part framework which can be used to guide the knowledge to practice process.

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Other – NLOT FAQ

This document answers the most frequently asked questions about Nurse Led Outreach Teams.

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Other – PRC Program of Toronto Brochure

This brochure summarizes the role of the PRCP.

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Other – PRC Program of Toronto Contact List

Contact list for the PRC program of Toronto.

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Other – PRC Role Description

This document describes the role and responsibilities related to education and leadership of a psychogeriatric consultant.

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Other – PRC-led training for Behavioral Support Role

This is a template for PRC led training.

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Other – RNAO’s Cultural Diversity

The RNAO developed this learning package for nurses to understand cultural competence as it relates to the workplace and workforce.

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Other – RNAO’s Person-and-Family-Centred Care

The RNAO developed this learning package to help nurses and other healthcare providers acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to become more adept at practicing person- and family-centred care.

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Other – sfCare Framework

This printable handout contains the goal of the sfCare Framework, 7 guiding principles, 5 domains, and 31 statements. Print to 11 x 17 paper and fold.

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Other – Tools for Facilitating Health Care Teamwork

This document provides useful tools related to the specific roles needed in teamwork.

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Patient Resource – A Guide to Healthy Eating for Older Adults

Eat Right Ontario has produced this guide which provides advice, tips, recipes and suggestions for additional resources.

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Patient Resource – Advance Care Planning Terms

This pamphlet explains the most commonly used terms in advance care planning.

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Patient Resource – Deprescribing Information Pamphlets

The Canadian Deprescribing Network developed this set of tools to help older adults better understand medications as well as the concept and importance of deprescribing.

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Patient Resource – Elder Abuse Toolkit (Gov’t of Ontario)

The Ministry of Seniors Affairs has created an easy to use toolkit of resources on the topic of elder abuse, including a senior’s safety hotline.

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Patient Resource – Emergency Visit Checklist for People with Dementia

The Alzheimer Society of Canada (ASC) have developed a series of checklists and forms for people living with dementia to fill out with a family member, friend, or caregiver before an emergency department visit.

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Patient Resource – Hospital Discharge Guide (CIHR)

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) developed this guide to help older adults and their family participate in planning their discharge home and to make the transition from hospital a safe one.

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Patient Resource – Questions to ask Doctors about Patient-Centred Care

Planetree Org created a checklist of 20 questions that patients and family members can ask their doctor to better understand opportunities for partnership.

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Patient Resource – Questions to ask Hospital about Patient-Centred Care

Planetree Org created a checklist of 20 questions that patients and family members can ask the care team at the hospital to better understand opportunities for partnership.

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Patient Resource – Talking with Your Doctor

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) provides tips for older people on how to communicate with their doctor.

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Patient Resource – You Can Prevent Falls Brochure

A practical fact sheet on falls prevention for older adults, created by the Public Health Agency of Canada.

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Presentation – A Regional Approach to SFH at QCH

This presentation provides an overview of the approach to implementing the SFH strategy across the Ottawa region.

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Presentation – Alzheimer Society of Toronto Music Program Webinar

Click here for a recording of the presentation. This webinar presented in April 2017 by the Alzheimers Society of Toronto provides information about their program which provides free Ipods to people living with dementia.

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Presentation – Dementia Friendly Hospitals

Click here for a recording of the presentation. This presentation in March 2017 by Professor June Andrews provides practical information on how to make hospitals dementia-friendly.

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This presentation in Oct 2017 by Dr. Kathleen F Hunter reviews three research studies of patients with dementia in emergency department.

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Presentation – Deprescribing in the Hospital

Click here for a recording of the presentation. This presentation in March 2017 by Dr. Cara Tannenbaum provides practical information on polypharmacy and how to deprescribe in the hospital setting.

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Presentation – Designing Care for Older Adults in the ED Webinar

Click here for a recording of the presentation. This webinar presented in Sept 2017 by Suzie Southey, Emergency Nurse Consultant (UK), wich explores how to design care to meet the needs of older adults in the Emergency Department.

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Presentation – Elder Abuse and Dementia: Complexities in the ED

This presentation by GEM nurse Raeann Rideout in October 2017 provides in-depth practical guidance for identification, assessment, and intervention of elder abuse for older adults presenting to the emergency department.

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Presentation – Elder Abuse Identification, Assessment, and Intervention in the ED

This slide deck compiles resources and tools usemergency department to assess for elder abuse in emergency department.

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Presentation – Essentials to Consider in a Patient Engagement Initiative Webinar

Click here for a recording of the presentation. This webinar presented in Jan 2017 by the Change Foundation provides 15 tips for patient engagement.

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Presentation – Geriatric Care at the Intersection of Medicine and Architecture Webinar

This webinar presented in February 2018 by Dr. Diana Anderson, MD, M. Arch, Healthcare Architect, explores how the knowledge of geriatric medicine and physical environmental design can be used to create spaces which influence the overall well-being of patients, families, and healthcare professionals.

 

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Presentation – Getting Started and Building Capacity for GEM

This slide deck contains a model for exploring the Knowledge to Practice Process and a framework to guide capacity building activities in GEM.

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Presentation – Global Evidence for Preventing and Managing Delirium

This presentation provides an overview of global best practices for preventing and managing delirium

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Click here for a recording of the presentation. This webinar presented in Feb 2017 by Judith Wahl (Lawyer), Dr. Jeff Myers (Physician), and Julie Darnay (Educator) provide helpful advice on health care consent and advance care planning.

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Presentation – IMPACT Clinic (SHSC)

This presentation provides information on the IMPACT Clinic, which is a comprehensive interprofessional team dedicated to improve chronic disease management in older adults.

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Presentation – Impact of Pain on the Elderly (SHSC) Poster

A poster highlighting the physiological, functional, spiritual, psychological and cognitive aspects of pain.

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Presentation – Innovations in Geriatric Education and KTP in Long Term Care

This presentation provides information about learning needs and opportunities in long term care.

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Presentation – Innovations in Responsive Behaviour Poster

This poster summarizes a series of interventions directed to improve the management of patients with responsive behaviors.

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Presentation – Introduction to the sfCare Framework Webinar

Click here for the recording of the presentation. The slides for the webinar presented in Nov 2017 by Dr. Barbara Liu and Ada Tsang which provides an overview of the sfCare Framework.

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Presentation – Make Patient Time the Most Important Currency Webinar

Click here for a recording of the presentation. The slides for the webinar presented in Oct 2017 by Professor Brian Dolan (UK) which explores ways to improve the quality of care for hospitalized patients, including the grass roots initiative #endPJParalysis which is spreading globally

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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 – Ontario’s Dementia Strategy: 10 Strategic Investments (MOHLTC)

This presentation by the MOHLTC in October 2017 provides an overview of the ten strategic investments of the dementia strategy, and includes alignment with other MOHLTC initiatives.

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Presentation – Overview of Ontario’s Dementia Strategy (MOHLTC) Webinar

Click here for a recording of the presentation. This webinar presented in June 2017 by Michael Robertson (MOHLTC) provides a high-level overview on Ontario’s dementia strategy.

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Presentation – Promoting Senior Friendly Care by Using Aging Simulation Webinar

Click here for a recording of the presentation. This webinar presented in Dec 2016 by the Patient Partners Program (UHN), the Change Foundation, and the Michener Institute highlights a novel new aging simulation experience.

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Presentation – Releasing Time to Care Initiative at SJHC

This presentation provides an overview of the implementation of the Releasing Time to Care initiative at St. Joseph’s Health Centre

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Presentation – Risk Stratification of Seniors in the ED

This presentation in Sept 2014, by Dr. George A. Heckman provides an overview of risk stratification in the emergency department.

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Presentation – Senior-Sensitive Teamwork

This presentation by Dr. David Ryan provides practical approaches to senior-sensitive communications and community-based teamwork.

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Presentation – Seniors as Patient Safety Advocates

This presentation provides tips and tools for empowering seniors as patient safety advocates.

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Presentation – SFH Strategy in the NSMLHIN

This presentation provides an overview of the integrated and collaborative approach to the SFH strategy across 5 hospitals and a regional mental health centre in the NSMLHIN.

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Presentation – SLP and Audiologist Interventions for Pain (SHSC) Poster

A poster highlighting the SPL and Audiologist role in pain management – from swallowing pills comfortably, to communication techniques for pain.

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Presentation – The Evolution of Person-Centred Language with Responsive Behaviours Webinar

 Click here for a recording of the presentation. This webinar was presented in Feb 2018 by Deborah Brown, Nurse Practitioner, Senior Friendly Care Strategy and Mary-Lynn Peters, Clinical Manager, Professional Practice. This webinar introduces the Toronto Academic Health Sciences Network Community of Practice (TAHSN CoP) Person-Centred Language for Responsive Behaviours guideline. The discussion encourages us to look past the pathology, seeking the root cause of behaviours in order to understand the person and his or her expressions. When the language we use is specific and objective, it facilitates understanding and optimal care planning.

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Presentation – Delirium Screening in Clinical Practice – Mind the Gap! Webinar

Click here for a recording of the presentation. This webinar was presented in March 2018 by by Dr. Niamh O’Regan, Consultant Geriatrician and Clinician Researcher in Western University, London, Ontario. This presentation discusses why delirium screening is important and examines the barriers to implementation. Evidence for feasibility of existing screening tools and a hypothesis as to what might be the best way to screen for delirium in busy clinical units are presented.

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Report – CGA Competencies Framework

The Seniors Care Network developed this competency framework which describes detailed practice expectations of health professionals participating in the CGA. This Framework will help health professionals to adequately prepare themselves to deliver interprofessional comprehensive geriatric assessments and interventions and work effectively in a specialized geriatrics environment.

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Report – GiiC Final Project Evaluation 2009

This report provides a summary and evaluation of the Geriatrics Interprofessional Interorganizational Collaboration (GiiC) project.

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Report – Patient Engagement Lessons from the PANORAMA Project

The Change Foundation created this report, which provides recommendations and tips for patient engagement.

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Report – PRC Successes and Innovations (2016)

This document provides a summary of all activities developed by the PRCP program such as innovative learning in the Toronto Central LHIN, an update on Build a Behaviour Support Resource Team, and more.

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Report – sfCare Framework

A report describing the Senior Friendly Care Framework.

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Report – SFH Care in CELHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in Champlain LHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in CLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in CWLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in ESCLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in HNHBLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in MHLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in NELHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in NSMLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in NWLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in SELHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in SWLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in TCLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care in WWLHIN 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Care Provincial Summary 2015

In 2014, 135 hospitals across all 14 LHINs completed self-assessments which informed an updated environmental scan. The purpose of the update was to identify improvements in SFH commitment and care since the 2011 environmental scan; facilitate organization- and LHIN-level planning of SFH activities; highlight new and existing promising practices; and identify training needs to build further SFH capacity. There is an Ontario summary and LHIN-level reports.

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Report – SFH Delirium and Functional Decline Indicators

This report summarizes the work of the provincial SFH Indicators working group, which was tasked with identifying metrics for ongoing monitoring and evaluation of delirium and functional decline practices.

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Report – SFH Indicators Evaluation

This report describes the evaluation of the SFH indicators in a province-wide collaborative, coordinated by the Regional Geriatric Program of Toronto, involving 44 hospital organizations in 10 LHINs.

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Report – SFH LHIN Self Assessment Template for 2011 Summary Reports

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Provincial Summary 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Provincial Summary 2011 French

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of CELHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of CLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of CWLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of MHLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of NSMLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of TCLHIN 2010

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of Champlain LHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of Champlain LHIN 2011 French

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of ESCLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of HNHBLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of NELHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of NWLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of SELHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of SWLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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Report – SFH Summary of WWLHIN 2011

The Ontario Senior Friendly Hospital Strategy, led by the Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) and Regional Geriatric Programs (RGPs) of Ontario, was launched in 2011 with an environmental scan of hospitals across the province. The RGP of Toronto worked with all of the LHINs and RGPs of Ontario to generate a provincial summary of Senior Friendly Hospital care. This report provided twelve recommendations to help hospitals become more senior friendly, and identified hospital-acquired delirium and functional decline as improvement priorities for the system. There is a self-assessment template, LHIN-level reports, and an Ontario summary.

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