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By Elder Abuse Ontario

When you think of old age, what comes to mind?  Do you view aging as the...

With 2019 right around the corner, this is a good time to look back on all that has happened in 2018. Here are our 2018 highlights!

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At this week’s Enhanced Conflict Resolution & Negotiation Training delivered by St. Stephen’s Community House, attendees had the opportunity to learn from conflict resolution...

By The ALS Society of Canada

First thing in the morning, many people have a similar routine: they wake up, get out of bed, walk to the bathroom, take a shower...

Day two of the conference was just as amazing as day one! To open the day, Michelle-Ann Hylton (Director, Licensing and Policy, MOHLTC) gave opening remarks on behalf of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term...

It’s hard to believe that our 2018 Conference: Intersections of mental health in long-term care has come and gone! It was two incredible days filled with learning, networking, sharing, and supporting each other. While a written recap can’t do full justice to the experience, but I’m going to try...

Dog wearing disguise. Photo by Braydon Anderson on Unsplash.We are often asked: “how we can get more families to attend our meetings?” My...

Last Wednesday, Tiffany and I (Sam) attended Health Quality Transformation (HQT), Canada’s largest health quality conference. Hosted every year by Health Quality Ontario (HQO), the conference provides an opportunity for health care providers, researchers, educators, patients, families and others...

In recognition of World Mental Health Day, for this week’s blog post we’re going to discuss a few ways Family Councils can support the mental health and wellbeing of their...