This supplemental resource provides a quick summary of the dementia quick screen administration and interpretation.
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This tool is a combination of three commonly employed cognitive assessment items. It can be used when a positive score is obtained using the Dementia Risk Calculator. 2 Pages.

This document provides dementia projections for counties, municipalities and census divisions in Ontario. 63 Pages.

BETSI is a comprehensive decision making framework and program inventory intended to strengthen the capacity of planners to choose the most appropriate education programs and effectively support the application of new knowledge into practice. BETSI allows planners and organizations to define local education needs and decide on appropriate behavioural, health and safety education and training programs, thereby ensuring efficient use of their training resources, while notably enabling their teams to provide clients with the right care, at the right time and in the right place.

This handout outlines how changes caused by a dementia diagnosis can impact driving and identifies warning sign for the older adult and care partner to keep in mind. 2 Pages.

This resource provides an at-a-glance summary about how to administer and interpret the Cornell Scale for Depression in Dementia. 1 Page.

This guideline summarizes current recommendations for recognition, diagnosis and longitudinal management of cognitive impairment and dementia in the elderly. 30 Pages.

This supplemental resource provides a quick summary of the clock drawing test administration and interpretation.
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This test provides a quick screening test for cognitive dysfunction (frontal and temporo-parietal functioning) secondary to dementia, delirium, or a range of neurological and psychiatric illnesses. It is a component of the mini-cog assessment, also serving the function of distracter for the three-word recall. 1 Page.

This best practice guideline provides the resources necessary so that nurses, other healthcare professionals and administrators who are leading and facilitating practice changes can take an evidence-based approach to developing policies, procedures, protocols, educational programs, assessment and documentation tools. 220 Pages.

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