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Assessment and Management Tool – SF7 Pain 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 for Clinicians: Pain Poster (multi language)

This pain poster is also available in other languages: sfCare Learning Series – Pain Poster – French

Co-developed with Canadian geriatric clinical experts, the sfCare Learning Series for Clinicians provides the following resources on 7 key clinical topics: delirium, mobility, polypharmacy, pain, loneliness, nutrition, and urinary incontinence:

  • Introductory Clinical Education Modules – a PowerPoint presentation with accompanying speakers notes, which can be self-directed learning, or facilitated in a group setting.
  • Posters – intended to be displayed in a healthcare environment, and are designed to stimulate conversation between a patient/caregiver and healthcare providers.
  • Handouts – intended to be used by clinicians, including geriatric specialists, during care conversations to support patient and caregiver engagement and patient self-management. For additional support, clinicians may also recommend the sfCare Learning Series for Caregivers which comprises a website, handbook, and online course.

The sfCare Learning Series comprises:

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Patient Resource – sfCare Learning Series for Clinicians: Pain Handout

Co-developed with Canadian geriatric clinical experts, the sfCare Learning Series for Clinicians provides the following resources on 7 key clinical topics: delirium, mobility, polypharmacy, pain, loneliness, nutrition, and urinary incontinence:

  • Introductory Clinical Education Modules – a PowerPoint presentation with accompanying speakers notes, which can be self-directed learning, or facilitated in a group setting.
  • Posters – intended to be displayed in a healthcare environment, and are designed to stimulate conversation between a patient/caregiver and healthcare providers.
  • Handouts – intended to be used by clinicians, including geriatric specialists, during care conversations to support patient and caregiver engagement and patient self-management. For additional support, clinicians may also recommend the sfCare Learning Series for Caregivers which comprises a website, handbook, and online course.

The sfCare Learning Series comprises:

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Presentation – sfCare Learning Series for Clinicians: Pain (introductory module)

Co-developed with Canadian geriatric clinical experts, the sfCare Learning Series for Clinicians provides the following resources on 7 key clinical topics: delirium, mobility, polypharmacy, pain, loneliness, nutrition, and urinary incontinence:

  • Introductory Clinical Education Modules – a PowerPoint presentation with accompanying speakers notes, which can be self-directed learning, or facilitated in a group setting.
  • Posters – intended to be displayed in a healthcare environment, and are designed to stimulate conversation between a patient/caregiver and healthcare providers.
  • Handouts – intended to be used by clinicians, including geriatric specialists, during care conversations to support patient and caregiver engagement and patient self-management. For additional support, clinicians may also recommend the sfCare Learning Series for Caregivers which comprises a website, handbook, and online course.

The sfCare Learning Series comprises:

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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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