Healthcare for the Elderly

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Report Code: HCP10456. January, 2010. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE I

Shades of Grey: The Impact of Aging on Health Care in Canada

Christopher Kuchciak
Manager, Health Expenditures
Canadian Institute for Health Information

ARTICLE II

Seniors and Primary Care: Challenges for Primary Care Practitioners

Jessica Cummings, M.A., M.S.W., R.S.W., C.A.C.P.T., C.A.T.A.
Social Worker
Southlake Academic Family Health Team

ARTICLE III

Innovative Approaches to Nutrition-Related Problems Associated with Aging in Primary Care

Michele MacDonald Werstuck, RD, MSc., CDE
Dietitian/Diabetes Educator
Hamilton Family Health Team

ARTICLE IV

Seniors and Primary Care: Challenges for Primary Care Practitioners

Dr. Fred Mather
Chair, Committee on Health Care of the Elderly
College of Family Physicians of Canada

ARTICLE V

Delivering Care to Seniors in Ethnic Communities

Helen Leung
Chief Executive Officer
Carefirst Seniors and Community Services Association

Sherlyn Hu
Professional Program Development Officer
Carefirst Seniors and Community Services Association

ARTICLE VI

Wrap Around Funding Overview

Dr. Wendy Graham
Blue Sky Family Health Team
Assistant Professor
University of Queens Medical School

ARTICLE VII

Building a Sustainable System in North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN

Lynn Huizer
Senior Director, Health System Integration
North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN

ARTICLE VIII

Inter-Professional Prevention of Delirium … working together to prevent delirium

Dr. Jacques S. Lee, MD, MSc, FRCPC
Director, Research and Scholarly Activity, Department of Emergency Services
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

ARTICLE IX

Resident-Centered Programs, Services and Accommodations

Noreen Langdon
Administrator
Peter D. Clark Long Term Care Centre

ARTICLE X

Creating Age-Friendly Cities

Valerie White
Chief Executive Officer
Nova Scotia Department of Seniors

ARTICLE XI

Aging at Home: CCAC’s Role in Supporting the Provincial Priority

Cathy Hecimovich
Chief Executive Officer
Central West CCAC

ARTICLE XII

Aging at Home: Elements of Success in the Central East LHIN

James Meloche
Senior Director, Planning, Integration and Community Engagement
Central East LHIN

ARTICLE XIII

Aging at Home: Elements of a Successful Strategy

Vania Sakelaris
Director, Program Development
Toronto Central LHIN

ARTICLE XIV

Role of Technology in Supporting Healthcare for the Elderly

Dr. Frank D. Knoefel, BSc, MD, CCFP (CoE), MPA
Vice President, Medical Affairs
Bruyère Continuing Care

ARTICLE XV

The Revolution that Won’t Wait: How the Internet is Changing Health Care

David Murray
Chief Executive Director
Waterloo Wellington CCAC

ARTICLE XVI

Creating Supports for Family Caregivers

Kate Reed
Senior Integration Consultant
Central East LHIN

ARTICLE XVII

The Future of Care for the Elderly: Building a Sustainable System

Susan Thorning
Chief Executive Officer
Ontario Community Support Association

ARTICLE XVIII

Aging at Home in Ontario: Key Lessons From Balance of Care Projects

A. Paul Williams, PhD
Health Policy, Management and Evaluation
Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto

ARTICLE XIX

The Future of Care for the Elderly: Building a Sustainable System

Kimberley Wilson
Executive Director
Canadian Coalition for Seniors Mental Health

Susan VanderBent
Executive Director
Ontario Home Care Association

ARTICLE XX

Current Initiative of Ontario’s Regional Geriatric Programs: Identifying and Measuring Frailty in Seniors — Targeting Care Requirements

Dr. John Puxty
Chief of Staff, Providence Care
St. Mary’s of the Lake Hospital Site