14th Global Conference on Aging
August 8-10, 2018
Please join the International Federation on Ageing at the 14th Global Conference on Ageing, August 8-10th 2018 in Toronto, Canada. The IFA anticipates 1,500 delegates will be in attendance at the conference, including representatives of government, industry leaders, researchers, NGOs, and providers of health care and social services. To find out how you can submit an abstract, sponsor the event, exhibit at the conference or register visit ifa2018.com
August 7, 2018
The Aging2.0 Brain Health Forum is being hosted by the Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) in Toronto on August 7th! This forum will focus on the “Brain Health” Grand Challenge and will bring together ~200 of ‘the best of the best’ thought leaders and innovators in Brain Health. The action-oriented day will be full of rich discussion and very targeted networking opportunities with and among like-minded experts and change agents. This one-day event is exclusive to Aging2.0 Alliance members and invited guests that are considered the leading thought leaders and experts.
To register for this event, please visit the registration page
Ontario Long Term Care Association’s This is Long Term Care 2017 Conference: Ahead of the Curve
November 27-29, 2017
Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto
This is Long Term Care seeks to profile new and emerging research, innovation and quality initiatives in a unique forum designed for learning, networking and information sharing. It provides an unparalleled opportunity for Association members, stakeholders and long-term care sector representatives to hear about existing best practice programs, tools, resources, policies and procedures which can be implemented across the sector to address quality of care. The audience includes approximately 400 long-term care frontline staff, owners and operators, family caregivers, policymakers, researchers, students, and aging care leaders.
For more information, please visit the conference website.
Ambient Activity to Manage Responsive Behaviour in Long Term Care
Thursday, December 7, 2017
CABHI Innovation Space; 9:30 am – Networking; 10:00 am Start
Ambient Activity Technologies (AAT), in association with the University of Toronto, has developed a non-pharmaceutical approach to managing responsive behaviors (e.g, hitting, screaming) among persons living with moderate to severe levels of dementia in long-term care (LTC) facilities. AAT augments the LTC environment by providing ambient (available in the environment for easy access) activity experiences that are personalized, appropriate and meaningful to residents.
AAT is designed to promote independence, reinforce a sense of ‘self’ in individuals living with dementia, and to enhance a sense of well-being in residents, their family members and LTC staff. Learn how AAT interventions affect responsive behaviours, and impact well-being and quality of life in residents, staff and family.
For more information, view the flyer. RSVP to Tammy@ambientactivity.com by Friday, Nov. 17th.