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Delirium Awareness Poster (multi language) pdf [775.05 KB]

Intended to be displayed in a healthcare environment and designed to stimulate conversation between a patient/caregiver and healthcare providers. This poster is also available in French

Patient Resources
Delirium Caregiver Handout pdf [1,018.00 KB]

Includes take home messages for what caregivers should know, do, ask, or tell if an older adult is experiencing delirium. Intended to be used by clinicians, including geriatric specialists, during care conversations to support patient and caregiver engagement and patient self-management.

Presentations
Delirium in Dementia – Clinician Learning Series pptx [1.07 MB]

Learn about the relationship between delirium and dementia and a practical approach to assessing delirium in dementia. Case studies included!

Presentations
Introduction to Delirium – Clinician Learning Series pptx [989.35 KB]

Learn how to recognize delirium in a clinical setting and use a structured approach to detect and treat delirium using a case study. Co-developed with Eric Wong, MD, FRCPC.

Presentations
Introduction to Loneliness – Clinician Learning Series pptx [7.18 MB]

Learn how to detect loneliness in older adults and about strategies to limit loneliness. Co-developed with Dr. David Ryan, Ph.D. C.Psych.

Presentations
Introduction to Mobilization – Clinician Learning Series pptx [1,023.55 KB]

Learn about the mobilization recommendations for non-frail, pre-frail, and frail older adults and examples of mobilization ideas that you can recommend for your patients. Co-developed with Dr. Barbara Liu, MD, FRCPC and Dr. Paul Oh, MD FRCPC.

Presentations
Introduction to Nutrition – Clinician Learning Series pptx [2.89 MB]

Learn how to define, detect, and manage nutrition risk and malnutrition. Co-developed with Dr. Heather Keller, RD, PHD, FDC, FCAHS Schlegel-University of Waterloo Research Institute for Aging.

Presentations
Introduction to Pain – Clinician Learning Series pptx [5.30 MB]

Learn how to identify the physiologic changes in older adults that impact pain management and use a structured approach to detect pain and treat it. Co-developed with Dr. Paul Tumber, MD FRCPC Pain Management Consultant, UHN, Women’s College Hospital and
Wasser Pain Clinic.

Presentations
Introduction to Polypharmacy – Clinician Learning Series pptx [1.54 MB]

Learn how to detect the factors that contribute to problematic polypharmacy. Co-developed with Lawrence Jackson, BScPhm, CTDP Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator, Sunnybrook Health Sciences.

Presentations
Introduction to sfCare – Slide Deck for All Staff pptx [1.37 MB]

Click here for a recording of the presentation. This 5-minute training module provides clinical and non-clinical staff with basic information, such as what senior friendly care is, why it’s important, the needs of older adults, and what they can do to make a difference.

Presentations
Introduction to Urinary Incontinence – Clinician Learning Series pptx [916.90 KB]

Learn how to distinguish between the types of urinary incontinence and about what interventions are available to treat urinary incontinence. Co-developed with Dr. Martha Spencer, MD, FRCPC, Providence Health Care, Clinical Instructor, University of British Columbia.

Other
Loneliness Awareness Poster (multi language) pdf [1.18 MB]

Intended to be displayed in a healthcare environment and designed to stimulate conversation between a patient/caregiver and healthcare providers. This poster is also available in French

Other
Mobility Awareness Poster (multi language) pdf [754.96 KB]

Intended to be displayed in a healthcare environment and designed to stimulate conversation between a patient/caregiver and healthcare providers. This poster is also available in French

Other
Nutrition Awareness Poster (multi language) pdf [1.27 MB]

Intended to be displayed in a healthcare environment and designed to stimulate conversation between a patient/caregiver and healthcare providers. This poster is also available in French

Patient Resources
Nutrition Patient Handout pdf [1.05 MB]

Includes take home messages for what patients should know, ask, or tell for nutrition. Intended to be used by clinicians, including geriatric specialists, during care conversations to support patient and caregiver engagement and patient self-management.

Other
Pain Awareness Poster (multi language) pdf [1.09 MB]

Intended to be displayed in a healthcare environment and designed to stimulate conversation between a patient/caregiver and healthcare providers. This poster is also available in French

Patient Resources
Pain Patient Handout pdf [556.64 KB]

Includes take home messages for what patients should know, ask, tell, or do for pain. Intended to be used by clinicians, including geriatric specialists, during care conversations to support patient and caregiver engagement and patient self-management.

Poster
Polypharmacy Awareness Poster (multi language) pdf [681.26 KB]

Intended to be displayed in a healthcare environment and designed to stimulate conversation between a patient/caregiver and healthcare providers. This poster is also available in French

Patient Resources
Polypharmacy Patient Handout pdf [942.50 KB]

Includes tips for what patients should know, ask, tell, or do for polypharmacy. Intended to be used by clinicians, including geriatric specialists, during care conversations to support patient and caregiver engagement and patient self-management.

Patient Resources
Prescription for Physical Activity – Patient Handout pdf [1.39 MB]

Includes a menu of 10 exercises that can be done at home. Intended to be used by clinicians, including geriatric specialists, during care conversations to support patient and caregiver engagement and patient self-management.

Reports
Report – CGA Competencies Framework pdf [289.49 KB]

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.

Assessment Tools
Senior Friendly 7 Complete Toolkit pdf [7.03 MB]

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. SF7 focuses on: cognition (particularly delirium), mobility, social engagement, continence, pain, nutrition, and polypharmacy. It is available by individual topic, or bundled together (this document).

Other
sfCare Framework Handout (multi language) pdf [618.26 KB]

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

Also available in French.

Also available in slide version.

Patient Resources
Social Prescription – Patient Handout pdf [1.14 MB]

Prescription template for activity inside and outside the home. Intended to be used by clinicians, including geriatric specialists, during care conversations to support patient self-management.

Other
The sfCare Getting Started Toolkit pdf [1.14 MB]

The Senior Friendly Care (sfCare) Getting Started Toolkit is a companion resource to the sfCare Framework. It helps your healthcare organization assess where they are on their sfCare journey, and provides practical resources for implementing real change. The toolkit comprises: a self-assessment tool, implementation resources, and training modules for executives and staff.

Presentations
Urinary Incontinence & Medications – Clinician Learning Series pptx [780.74 KB]

Learn how to apply knowledge of bladder physiology to classify and identify medications that contribute to incontinence and pharmacological treatments used for urinary incontinence.

Poster
Urinary Incontinence Awareness Poster (multi language) pdf [1.44 MB]

Intended to be displayed in a healthcare environment and designed to stimulate conversation between a patient/caregiver and healthcare providers. This poster is also available in French

Patient Resources
Urinary Incontinence Patient Handout pdf [1.19 MB]

Includes tips for what patients should know, ask, or do for urinary incontinence. Intended to be used by clinicians, including geriatric specialists, during care conversations to support patient and caregiver engagement and patient self-management.

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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.