DO YOUR CLIENTS UNDERSTAND YOU? HEALTHY LITERACY IN OUR COMMUNITIES!
-Be able to define health literacy
-Be able to identify health literacy factors that may impact working with community members
-Be able to list assessment tools
-Be able to list intervention strategies
Giovanna Boniface is an occupational therapist with 20 years of experience, practicing her entire career in BC. She works for the national professional association that represents 16,000 occupational therapists in Canada and 2,400 therapists in BC. In her current role, she is the senior OT adviser for the association and is responsible for professional affairs at the national level.
Giovanna is also a clinical instructor at the University of British Columbia, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy and is completing her Masters of Rehabilitation Science, researching the development of a new occupational therapy assessment tool. She is also the outgoing president of the International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals-Canada Chapter, and a current director for the Canadian Society of Association Executives.
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
10:30 a.m. - noon
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Provincial Learning Events are toll-free teleconferences that take place the third Tuesday of the month from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Everyone is welcome. Email to receive notifications of upcoming teleconferences. Presentation materials will be available prior to the event at www.bccrns.ca .
Wednesday, January 11th, 2017
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM EDT
What should older adults do when someone moves into their home or apartment and begins to make them feel unsafe and vulnerable, whether physically, financially or psychologically? What if these individuals won't leave?
This problem, known as a “home takeover” can range in severity from theft to serious assault and often involves a relationship with family members or even drug dealers who take advantage of the legitimate tenant's vulnerabilities and always render older adults feeling uncomfortable or losing their own home.
The following resource is part of the Family Violence Initiative, funded by the Department of Justice Canada. Find similar tools by searching for the FVIF tag or consult the list of available resources.
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Tuesday, January 17, 2017.
The BCCRNS January Learning Event will feature 2 projects intended to affect how LGBTQ2 seniors access health and community services:
- Nicole Tremblay will present Island Health, LGBTQ2s Aging Issues that will focus on educating and training front line staff.
- Jane Osborne will present BC CRNs Seniors Aging Out, intending to build welcoming and inclusive communities for those who identify as LGBTQ2+ and their allies.
Check www.bccrns.ca for presentation materials.
Provincial Learning events are toll-free and everyone is welcome. To register for this event, join the mailing list for this and future monthly learning events, contact . Access instructions are provided after registration.
Cameron Field, BAA, MSc
Detective Sergeant, Section Head of Investigative Training, Toronto Police Service/Toronto Police College
- The types of fraud on the internet
- Identify what makes seniors unique when it comes to cyber fraud
- Awareness of government surveys that measure seniors use of the internet
- Awareness of types of fraud prevention and what actually works
- Finding unique comfort levels when using the internet
Tuesday, November 8th, 2016 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM EDT
Where :This event will be held via GoToWebinar format. Once the registration process is completed, a link to complete registration via GotoWebinar will be sent to the participant.