National Conference on Dementia Care

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Report Code: HCP15023 | National Conference on Dementia Care | June 2015 | Toronto

Article 1. LTC & Dementia: Challenges, Opportunities and the Road Ahead

Candace Chartier
CEO
Ontario Long-Term Care Association

Article 2. The Canadian Dementia Research Strategy – A Hub for International Collaboration

Joanne Goldberg
Assistant Director of the Institute of Aging
Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Article 3. Shifting Focus: A Guide to Understanding Dementia Behaviour

Jillian McConnell
Knowledge Broker and Knowledge Mobilization Lead
brainXchange

Article 4. Living in My Today – Transforming Dementia Care

Jessica Luh Kim
Director of Education and Professional Development
Schlegel Villages

Melynda Anderton
Coordinator of Volunteers and Social Services
The Village of Sandalwood Park, Schlegel Villages

Article 5. Bridging the Gap Between Hospitals and LTC

Vania Sakelaris
Senior Director
Toronto Central LHIN

Article 6. Bridging the Gap Between Hospitals and LTC

Kathy Peters
Strategic Lead
Behavioural Supports Ontario HNHB LHIN
Hamilton Health Sciences

Article 7. . Bridging the Gap Between Hospitals and LTC

Gail Kitamura
Director of Care
Bloomington Cove – Leisureworld

Article 8. Going Beyond: Innovations in Models of Care

Loren B. Shook
President ,CEO
Silverado

Article 9. Talking Tech: Health Technology Solutions for Dementia Care

Ron Riesenbach
Vice President, Innovation and Chief Technology Officer
Baycrest Health Sciences

Article 10. AGE-WELL NCE: Canada’s Technology & Aging Network

Dr. Arlene Astell
Ontario Shores Research Chair in Community Management of Dementia
Age-Well

Article 11. Ontario Start ups: Transforming Dementia Through Tech

Zayna Khayat, PhD
Lead, MaRS Health

Article 12. Technology Solutions for Dementia Care

Mary Lou Ackerman
Vice President Business Development
Saint Elizabeth Health Care

Article 13. Addressing Primary Care Solutions in Dementia

Dr. Linda Lee
Director, Centre for Family Medicine Memory Clinic
CFFM-RIA Director for Primary Healthcare Education
Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging

Article 14. Dementia Care – Moving From Strategy to Implementation

Dr. Samir Sinha
Director of Geriatrics, Mount Sinai and the University Health Network Hospitals
Provincial Lead, Ontario’s Seniors Strategy

Article 15. Lessons from Afar: Examining Dementia Care in the UK

Dr. Nick Cartmell
Associate Clinical Director, Strategic Clinical Network NHS
South West GP Lead for Dementia, South Devon & Torbay Clinical Commissioning Group (UK)

Article 16. Disruptive Dementia

David Harvey
Chief Public Policy and Program Initiative Office
Alzheimer Society of Ontario