Presenters: Cathy Hecimovich, CEO Central West Community Care Access Centre Brian Laundry, Lead Quality Improvement and Evaluation, Central East LHIN
Last month the Behavioural Supports Ontario Project (BSO) presented at the OACCAC conference in Toronto. Participants learned more about seniors and their caregivers living with responsive behaviours associated with dementia, mental illness, addictions and other neurological conditions. The BSO approach combines thorough service redesign, the addition of hundreds of new health professionals, formal training and peer-to-peer knowledge exchange to deliver care quality improvements in all sectors of the health system.
The BSO Project is currently extending its reach into the community and on July 31, 2012 from 12-1pm CCACs and their partners in the community are invited to continue the dialogue online.
Resources: OACCAC Presentation