This paper explores the changing demographics of older adults globally, the capacity and potential of older adults for providing in home resources and supportive services for other adults in need, along with health policy. 9 pages. Last reviewed October 2018.
On May 25, 2018 The Centre for Studies in Aging & Health at Providence Care Hospital, Kingston, held our 2018 conference which focused on the topics of social isolation, poverty and age-friendly communities. Conference presentations are available by viewing the full page.
March 5-6, 2018 in Niagra Falls, Ontario the Research Institute for Aging presents Walk with Me: Changing the Culture of Aging in Canada. This conference brings together older adults/residents, care partners, educators, policy makers, students and researchers from all over the country to learn with and from each other about how to enhance the journey of aging across the continuum of care and community living. To learn more or to register click here.
The Alzheimer's Society presents Taking on the Caring Challenges of DementiawithRon Below and Advance Care Planning Topics with Audrey Miller on March, 8th from 8:30am-12:30pm at the Harbour restaurant. Family and caregivers are welcome to attend with their loved ones as there will be 12 respite care spots available. Registration is free and is required by February 27th by calling 613-544-3078 or emailing email@example.com.
This guide from the American Psychological Association, Climate for Health and ecoAmerica provides an overview of climate change, its impact on mental health and recommendations for addressing those mental health impacts. There is a section specific to the increased risks posed to older adults.
Join presenter Phyllis Fehr for this webinar on Wed. Dec. 13th from 12-1pm EST where she will provide an overview of the human rights' movement in Canada, including recent developments and engagement with the United Nations; encourage participants to consider how our human rights apply to people living with dementia as well as hear personal stories and case examples that illustrate common instances of discrimination and abuse of human rights that occur regularly in our health and social care systems. Register here.
SMART (Seniors Maintaining Active Roles Together) FREE exercise classes for seniors who wish to improve cardio, strength, balance and flexibility regardless of their current ability level. The program can help increase fitness levels, reduce social isolation and keep older adults on their feet. Try a class and register if it is a good fit. Call 613-634-0130 or 1-800-301-0076 for more information. Programs for Stroke Recovery, Parkinson's / Multiple Sclerosis and Arthritis are also offered in Kingston.