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Mental Health & COVID-19 Webinar Series: Substance Use and Mental Health 9:00 am
Mental Health & COVID-19 Webinar Series: Substance Use and Mental Health @ Webinar
Sep 1 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Rates of substance misuse have increased during lockdown. This session will explore how to tackle the issue with WHO and a range of other organizations. The webinar is designed to provide policymakers and the wider health community with the latest evidence on the impact of COVID-19 on mental health, and practical solutions to the challenging issues we are all grappling with. Participants are encouraged to join from around the world, including those with lived experience of mental health and of COVID-19. The format is short remarks by up to 4 panelists followed by a Q&A chaired by Niall Boyce, Editor of The Lancet Psychiatry. You can see notes and recordings from previous webinars here: www.unitedgmh.org/news Questions can be submitted in advance by email. The sessions are recorded, and summary notes posted on unitedgmh.org/news. Any questions please contact: webinars@unitedgmh.org. This webinar is brought to you by The Lancet Psychiatry, Mental Health Innovation Network, MHPSS.net and United for Global Mental Health
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Peer Support Navigators: Easing Health Systems Navigation for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness in Niagara 1:00 pm
Peer Support Navigators: Easing Health Systems Navigation for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness in Niagara @ Webinar
Sep 2 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Join us to learn how Peer Support Navigators in Niagara are helping to reduce barriers faced by people experiencing homelessness, while they are accessing hospital Emergency Departments. This webinar will be of particular interest to anyone who wants to learn about Peer Support and the prevalence and issues related to homelessness in Niagara. The Niagara HELPS partnership is excited to be spearheading a new peer initiative that involves individuals with lived experience utilizing both their compassion and knowledge of community resources. The program also assists hospital Emergency Department staff with deepening their knowledge and understanding of the experience of homelessness, and the barriers faced by this population. During this interactive webinar, Niagara HELPS Project leaders, Peer Support Navigators, and project researchers will share knowledge about: -Peer Support Programs in Niagara and beyond -HELPS Project origins and research -How project data collection will help the homeless population Presenters: Shilpee Rana, Niagara HELPS Project Coordinator, Quest Community Health Centre Dr. Rahat Hossain, Resident Physician, Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto Scott Cronkwright, Niagara HELPS Project Peer Support Navigator Connection Details: All connection details will be distributed to registrants 3 days prior to this online event. This online event is brought to you by Niagara Connects
Young Onset Dementia Care Partner Group 7:00 pm
Young Onset Dementia Care Partner Group @ Webinar
Sep 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Caring for someone with young onset dementia (dementia diagnosed prior to 65) can present its own unique challenges. This is a facilitated group intended to connect people on a similar journey and to offer a place where care partners can assess support and engage socially. If you are a child, spouse, relative, friend – any informal caregiver caring for someone living with young onset dementia you are welcome to join our group! This webinar is brought to you by the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region
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Caregiver Wellness: Let’s Talk About Driving & Dementia 10:00 am
Caregiver Wellness: Let’s Talk About Driving & Dementia @ Online
Sep 9 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
One of the first and toughest issues families and caregivers will face when they receive a diagnosis of dementia is the question of driving safely. Join us as we explore: – Driving skills evaluation – Deciding when to stop driving – Getting support for someone who has been asked to stop driving – Alternate transportation options in the Niagara Region This webinar is brought to you by the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region
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How can we best help older adults with depression via remote treatment? 12:00 pm
How can we best help older adults with depression via remote treatment? @ Webinar
Sep 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Depression is the most common mental illness in older adults. Social isolation and infection prevention measures to contain the COVID pandemic have disproportionately impacted older adults, putting them at even higher risk of depression. Telemedicine increases access to care in the setting of a pandemic and may improve clinical outcomes for society’s most vulnerable members. In a pandemic with physical distancing, older adults with depression lack access to or have a fear of seeking out (1) non-pharmacologic therapies and (2) health care providers. In this webinar Drs. Goodarzi, Watt, and Holroyd-Leduc will cover the up to date evidence on how to treat depression remotely in older adults living in the community. Space is limited. This webinar is hosted by brainXchange Event Recording: How can we best help older adults with depression via remote treatment?
Supporting Connection in Later Life: Working with Older Adults To Develop a Connection Plan 12:00 pm
Supporting Connection in Later Life: Working with Older Adults To Develop a Connection Plan @ Webinar
Sep 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Social connection is important for older adults’ physical health, mental health, and overall quality of life. Yet with COVID-19 and the physical distancing measures in place, older adults are more likely to experience social isolation. This webinar provides an overview of the evidence for the importance of social connection in later life for health and social service providers who work with older adults. It presents a cognitive-behavioural model that shifts the way older adults think of connection and outlines coping strategies and tools, such as the “Connections Plan”, for preventing or managing loneliness during periods of isolation. Participants will also have the opportunity to ask Dr. Van Orden questions related to their work. This webinar is brought to you by Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
Menu Planning to Enhance Resident Health and Well-Being 2:30 pm
Menu Planning to Enhance Resident Health and Well-Being @ Webinar
Sep 10 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
This webinar will benefit those working with food and nutrition in long-term care (LTC): menu planners, cooks, dietitians. It will be presented by Heather Keller, Schlegel Research Chair in Nutrition & Aging at the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging. Her acute care program of research is focused on improving food quality and nutrition care processes to prevent, detect and treat malnutrition. Participants will learn how to not only create healthy meals, but healthy meals that older adults will enjoy! Learning Objectives: -Identify key micronutrients that are often missing in the diets of residents living in LTC and highlight key ingredients that can be added to recipes in dishes most appropriate for the LTC population. -Explain and show the process for changing menus and recipes to maximize nutrition while considering cost of ingredients. -Understand how to try NiD recipes by conducting a taste-testing event with residents in your home. This learning session is hosted by the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging
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Recovery Day Niagara – 2020 1:00 pm
Recovery Day Niagara – 2020 @ Online
Sep 12 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
September is Recovery Month in Canada. Celebrations across the nation have been bringing communities together to combat negative perceptions towards individuals in recovery since 2012. Join us September 12th, 2020 for our celebration in Niagara. Our event is going to look a bit different this year – with social distancing requirements in effect it is now more important than ever to create community. We will be gathering ONLINE this year with an amazing line-up of musicians and speakers to spread awareness and celebrate recovery from addiction. Recovery Day is about you. Your family. Your friends. Everyone you know. No one needs to suffer alone when recovery is possible and a community of support is thriving in our community. Our mission is to build awareness, challenge societal stigma, and celebrate the role that recovery plays in improving life for individuals, families, and communities. When – Saturday, September 12th 2020 Where – ONLINE via Zoom Time – 1-4 PM Zoom Link To Follow – Will be distributed closer to the date This online event is brought to you by Recovery Day Niagara – Planning Committee
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Trauma in the Mind’s Eye- Mitigating and Eliminating Intrusive Thoughts, Flashbacks and Nightmares 9:00 am
Trauma in the Mind’s Eye- Mitigating and Eliminating Intrusive Thoughts, Flashbacks and Nightmares @ Webinar
Sep 14 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Traumatic experiences that are frozen, stuck and unprocessed have the potential to exacerbate and generalize stress reactions. We will review the neurobiology of stress on memory systems and cognitive distortions that sear trauma responses in the nervous system. Some memories are based on fear, helplessness, and horror, and other memories are fortified by cognitive stuck points. This session will focus on clients who are preoccupied with single traumatic incidents. This training is suitable for: Experienced counselors who provide short-term counselling contact with vulnerable populations in community-based settings. Learning Objectives: -How fear hijacks cognition -Why people do what they do when they are overwhelmed (fight, flight, freeze, fawn) -How people get ‘stuck’ and how to get them ‘unstuck’ -Effective interventions that target source traumatic memories -Three techniques for processing ‘horror’ -How to process five cognitive ‘stuck points’ (embedded child narratives, absorption of perpetrator messages, guilt, shame, cultural/religious beliefs). -Have an overview of what effective evidence-based treatments (CBT, CPT, PET, IRRT) work best for source stuck points. Please note; there will be explicit video images of trauma reactions (popular film and clinical tapes). This webinar is brought to you by SickKids CCMH Learning Institute
David S. Howes Fund Grants Program-Application Deadline 12:00 pm
David S. Howes Fund Grants Program-Application Deadline @ Online
Sep 14 @ 12:00 pm
The David S. Howes Grants Program provides grants to eligible organizations providing services in Niagara. Grants from this Fund will support post-secondary, facilities, research, health-care services, education, and humanitarian issues. Grant Making Priorities -Addressing the issues/indicators in the Living in Niagara Report 2017, or, -Assisting with the development and implementation of tools and resources that would contribute to an organization’s success; including professional and organizational development and training **All applicants must have a grant consultation with the Foundation prior to applying. This must be done at least 7 days before the deadline. Further information is available by calling JoAnne Krick at the Foundation at 905-684-8688 x 23 or emailing to grants@niagaracommunityfoundation.org. This opportunity is brought to you by the Niagara Community Foundation
Living Life to the Full (8-Week Course) 1:30 pm
Living Life to the Full (8-Week Course) @ Webinar
Sep 14 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Living Life to the Full is a Canadian Mental Health Association program that will help you understand your thoughts, feelings and behaviours and what to do about them. It is a fun and interactive course that will not only equip you with skills but will truly change how you see your life! It will be offered virtually from September 14 to November 9, every Monday from 1:30-3pm for 8 consecutive weeks excluding holidays. Please spread the word. To register, please send an email to jtandoc@schcontario.ca on or before September 4. Connection details will be sent to the email indicated after this date. This online course is brought to you by the Canadian Mental Health Association
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Mental Health & COVID-19 Webinar Series: Stigma Reduction 9:00 am
Mental Health & COVID-19 Webinar Series: Stigma Reduction @ Webinar
Sep 15 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
After over four months of our weekly webinar series on mental health and COVID-19, the series scope will broaden to look at the most pressing and often neglected issues of mental health around the world. The webinars are designed to provide policymakers and the wider health community with the latest evidence on the impact of COVID-19 on mental health, and practical solutions to the challenging issues we are all grappling with. Participants are encouraged to join from around the world, including those with lived experience of mental health and of COVID-19. The format is short remarks by up to 4 panelists followed by a Q&A chaired by Niall Boyce, Editor of The Lancet Psychiatry. You can see notes and recordings from previous webinars here: www.unitedgmh.org/news This series of weekly webinars are run by United for Global Mental Health, The Lancet Psychiatry, Mental Health Innovation Network, and MHPSS.net.
Worker Wellness in Complicated Times: Grief, Self-Care, and Collective Care (4-Part Series) 1:00 pm
Worker Wellness in Complicated Times: Grief, Self-Care, and Collective Care (4-Part Series) @ Webinar
Sep 15 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
How are you doing—really? What supports you at this time? What else do you need? What more could your agency be considering as things move forward? Join us for a 4 part series as we explore the impact of the current COVID-19 epidemic, alongside current losses and challenges in work—within ourselves as workers, and in our teams and agencies as a whole. We will seek to better understand the range of diverse responses to COVID-19 as one aspect of our understanding of complex ongoing grief and loss. We want you to come away with a theoretical framework for multiple loss impact in marginalized communities and community agencies and to investigate current coping strategies and strategies of resilience that emerge when people are faced with ongoing crisis and loss events. The sessions will: -Be delivered in four parts as interactive online workshops via Zoom. -Create space for individuals to notice and name their current realities and assess needs for moving forward. -Offer concrete tools and supports that individuals can incorporate into their practice. -Develop recommendations for team leaders and management to consider as workplace practices evolve. Dates: Part One: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 | 1:00-3:00 PM EST Part Two: Tuesday, September 22, 2020 | 1:00-3:00 PM EST Part Three: Tuesday, September 29, 2020 | 1:00-3:00 PM EST Part Four: Tuesday, October 6, 2020 | 1:00-3:00 PM EST This workshop is hosted by A Question of Care: Peterborough Drug Strategy
Next Steps & Care Essentials 6:30 pm
Next Steps & Care Essentials @ Online
Sep 15 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Next Steps and Care Essentials offers an opportunity for families and friends of individuals with a diagnosis of dementia to learn more about dementia, develop caregiving strategies, and become familiar with community resources and supports. – Part #1: Overview of Dementia, Diagnosis & Healthy Brain Strategies – Part #2: Communication & Environmental Strategies – Part #3: Understanding & Managing Challenging Behaviours – Part #4: Difficult Discussions, Role Changes & Self Care This event is brought to you by the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region
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So You Have Had a Concussion…Now What? 5:00 pm
So You Have Had a Concussion…Now What? @ Webinar
Sep 16 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Brain Injury Association of Niagara is pleased to share with the community evidenced-based management guidelines for concussion. Having good information about concussions, its effects, and how to manage symptoms has been shown to improve outcomes after a concussion. You are not alone! Format: Online Session via ZOOM One-hour education session on concussion; followed by a one-hour question and answer period. Note: In order to participate you will need access to a computer, tablet, or cell phone with video and high-speed internet. Target Audience: Anyone who has recently sustained a concussion, and/or their family members/caregivers. Presented by: Sean Robb, Ph.D. Candidate (Neuropsychology). – FREE OF CHARGE – Thanks to funding gratefully received from the Ontario Trillium Foundation This webinar is brought to you by the Brain Injury Association of Niagara
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Mental Health and Wellness for the Workplace- St. John Ambulance Course 9:00 am
Mental Health and Wellness for the Workplace- St. John Ambulance Course @ St. John Ambulance
Sep 17 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
If your colleague was experiencing a mental health injury or illness, would you know what to do? Register for our new 1-day, course – Mental Health and Wellness for the Workplace. This course is intended to help workplaces better equip their employees in how to offer peer-to-peer support for a colleague that’s suffering. Our next course is taking place in St Catharines on Thursday September 17; 9am-5pm. Call Ken at 905-685-8964 x203 to register. This course is brought to you by St. John Ambulance Niagara Region
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Stuck in the Vortex of Despair: Responding to PTSD 9:00 am
Stuck in the Vortex of Despair: Responding to PTSD @ Webinar
Sep 21 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
A realistic approach of how to treat CPTSD and DT in short-term agency-based programs as well as ongoing long-term psychotherapy will be outlined. Early childhood trauma (emotional deprivation, physical /sexual abuse) intertwined with insecure early attachment patterns and the strain of present-day adversity may lead some clients to experience chronic and complex intrapsychic, and interpersonal reactions. For some individuals, their lives are filled with a pool of unmet needs, a legacy of interpersonal turmoil, a range of disruptive trauma reactions, and a deficit of skill, motivation, and support to move beyond their past. These individuals may become chronically depressed, have addictions, and are vulnerable to ongoing victimization. Learning Objectives: -Understand the intersecting dimensions of insecure attachment and Complex/Developmental Trauma -Distinguish PTSD, CPTSD, BDP and DT -Identify the core characterological features of chronic trauma (rigid schemas, physical/emotional dysregulation, emotional flashbacks, oversized inner critic, shame prone-identity, self-alienation, blocked grief, dissociation, fixed flight, flight, freeze, fawn responses, relational reenactments, existential despair) -Outline key treatment directions, strategies, and models: Schema Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Imagery Rescripting and Reprocessing Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy. Registration closes September 17th 2020. WHEN Monday, September 21, 2020 & Monday, September 28, 2020 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM Eastern Time This webinar is brought to you by the SickKids Learning Institute
Living Safely With Dementia Online Forum for World Alzheimer’s Day 10:30 am
Living Safely With Dementia Online Forum for World Alzheimer’s Day @ Online
Sep 21 @ 10:30 am – 8:00 pm
Join the Alzheimer Society of Durham Region for this online event to learn and expand your knowledge about Living Safely With Dementia for World Alzheimer’s Day. Relevant to anyone interested in expanding their knowledge about living safely with dementia in the community. No charge | Please pre-register at asdr.eventbrite.ca Or phone 905-576-2567 | Toll-free 1-888-301-1106 ext. 5228 This online event is brought to you by the Alzheimer Society of Durham Region
Normal Aging vs Dementia 6:30 pm
Normal Aging vs Dementia @ Webinar
Sep 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us as we explore Normal Aging vs Dementia and what you can do to keep your brain healthy. Speaker: Sarah Putman, Manager of Education, This session is brought to you by the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region
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The 2020-21 Influenza Season – Hope for the best, plan for the worst 2:00 pm
The 2020-21 Influenza Season – Hope for the best, plan for the worst @ Webinar
Sep 22 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Very little influenza circulated in the Southern Hemisphere during the 2020 respiratory virus season, potentially due to measures to control COVID-19. It is possible that little influenza will circulate in the Northern Hemisphere as well, however it is important to plan for possible co-circulation of COVID-19, influenza and other respiratory viruses. This rounds session will highlight: -The 2020 Southern Hemisphere influenza season, and the possible implications for the 2020-21 Northern Hemisphere season -The products available as part of Ontario’s 2020-21 Universal Influenza Immunization Program, including the cell-culture based influenza vaccine -COVID-19 related precautions for practitioners providing influenza vaccination -Influenza treatment and outbreak management in the context of possible co-circulation of influenza, COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses -The Influenza, COVID-19 and other respiratory virus laboratory testing algorithm at Public Health Ontario laboratories for the 2020-21 season This session will be repeated and offered on September 22, 2020 from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. To register please email events@oahpp.ca This webinar is brought to you by Public Health Ontario
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Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Racialized Young People 9:00 am
Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Racialized Young People @ Webinar
Sep 23 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
This training will provide guidance to those providing mental health care to young people and their families around providing culturally competent care for diverse young people. The training will discuss various ways that young people and their families may have felt unheard or uncomfortable in mental health settings due to their racial and/or ethnic identity and will discuss approaches that practitioners can use to help decrease barriers to care for such young people and their families. This training will discuss experiences young people and their families have of oppression, racism, and structural oppression, and while the goal is to help all participants have greater comfort in dealing with these issues, participants should come willing to acknowledge the role these factors play in young people’s lives. Learning Objectives: -Participants will have a greater understanding of the barriers to mental health care faced by racialized young people and their families. -Participants will acquire strategies to engage racialized young people and their families in mental health care. -Participants will be able to identify specific struggles that racialized and underserved children and youth may face in Canada and how these might affect their mental health This webinar is brought to you by the SickKids Learning Institute.
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Diversity in Action: Mental Health for the Underserved (Conference)
Diversity in Action: Mental Health for the Underserved (Conference) @ Webinar
Sep 24 all-day
This year, our Annual Conference will focus on helping meet the mental health needs of those often underserved within our communities. With over 50 CECs worth of workshops to attend and sessions including on-demand learning materials and interactive live events, this year’s virtual conference has something for everyone. When you register for the conference, not only do you gain access to incredible professional development, but you will also have access to informative and relevant keynote speakers and to an online community built by OAMHP for conference attendees to gather, share ideas, network, and get to know each other. Workshops will run online from September 24 to October 10, over weekends and evenings for easier access. We hope to see you (virtually) there! This conference is hosted by the Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals
Digital Health Solutions for Women with Addictions 12:00 pm
Digital Health Solutions for Women with Addictions @ Webinar
Sep 24 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
This free webinar will feature a 60-minute panel of experts discussing digital health resources for supporting women with addictions—both what is currently available and what is still needed—as well as the importance of solutions that are both gender- and trauma-informed. The presentation will be followed by a 30 minute Q&A session with members of the audience. Panelists: Leslie Buckley, Chief, Addictions Division, CAMH Lena Quilty, Senior Scientist, Campbell Family Mental Health Research Institute, CAMH Michelle Coombs, Executive Director, Jean Tweed Centre Betty-Lou Kristy, Director, Centre for Innovation in Peer Support, Support & Housing-Halton This webinar is presented in collaboration by CAMH, Jean Tweed Centre, Centre for Innovation in Peer Support, and Addictions Mental Health Ontario, with funding from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research.
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Mindfulness & Meditation on Zoom 7:00 pm
Mindfulness & Meditation on Zoom @ Online
Sep 28 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
We are eager and excited to announce that Mindfulness Mondays are back! Thank you to all who participated with us throughout the spring months. We hope you continued your solo-practice throughout the summer. Please accept this open invitation to our Monday Night Zoom call where Kathryn Richmond (and some special guests!) will facilitate a night of mindfulness and meditation. Join us for relaxing meditations and insightful conversations on how to stay mindful while going about your day. Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/904230111 You can reuse the link week after week. Bookmark it in your browser! Those without computers can join on the telephone. Use the phone number for your area code. Long-distance fees may apply. +1 778 907 2071 British Columbia +1 438 809 7799 Montreal +1 587 328 1099 Alberta +1 647 374 4685 Toronto +1 647 558 0588 Toronto When prompted, use this meeting ID: 904 230 111 Be the first to hear about Mindfulness & Meditation news. Click the link to let us know that you’re interested! This online event is brought to you by the Mental Health Support Network of Niagara
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Mental Health & COVID-19 Webinar Series: World Mental Health Day 9:00 am
Mental Health & COVID-19 Webinar Series: World Mental Health Day @ Webinar
Sep 29 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
This series of bi-weekly webinars is designed to provide policymakers and the wider health community with the latest evidence on the most pressing and often neglected issues of mental health around the world, including the impact of COVID- 19 on mental health. The webinars provide practical solutions to the challenging issues we are all grappling with. Participants are encouraged to join from around the world, including those with lived experience of mental health, and of COVID-19. UPCOMING TOPICS September 29th – World Mental Health Day, activities and campaigns October 13th – Education and Mental Health October 27th – Mental Health in the Media Questions can be submitted in advance by email. The sessions are recorded, and summary notes posted on unitedgmh.org/news. Any questions please contact: webinars@unitedgmh.org. This series of weekly webinars is run by United for Global Mental Health, The Lancet Psychiatry, Mental Health Innovation Network, and MHPSS.net.
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Protecting Your Health: Preparing for the Influenza Season in the Age of COVID-19 12:00 pm
Protecting Your Health: Preparing for the Influenza Season in the Age of COVID-19 @ Webinar
Sep 30 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
The Canadian Frailty Network (CFN) presents Protecting Your Health: Preparing for the Influenza Season in the age of COVID-19. In this webinar, experts from the healthcare field will answer your questions on why influenza impacts older adults more heavily, what vaccinations are recommended, and how getting your vaccinations can help you stay healthy as you age! Host: Dr. John Muscedere, CEO and Scientific Director of the Canadian Frailty Network Moderator: André Picard, Health Reporter and Columnist for The Globe & Mail Panelists: Dr. Kieran Moore, Medical Officer of Health, KFL&A Public Health Dr. Melissa Andrew, Associate Professor of Medicine, Dalhousie University Dr. Shelly McNeil, Professor of Medicine, Dalhousie University This webinar is hosted by the Canadian Frailty Network
Public Forum: Advance Care Planning 6:30 pm
Public Forum: Advance Care Planning @ Online
Sep 30 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Public Forums are suitable for family and friends of individuals living with dementia. Join us on Zoom for “Advanced Care Planning.” Advance Care Planning helps individuals and their loved ones prepare for situations where difficult decisions need to be made. It can be hard to have these conversations with your family or friends, but they prove to be helpful in times of need. Share your wishes and plan for the future This webinar is brought to you by the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region

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