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Centre for Studies in Aging and Health,
Seniors Health Knowledge Network  
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October 2016 
In This Issue

Dear Colleagues,
  

October's featured topic is Liver Health. We have recently added a number of new resources to sagelink.ca.    
 
We hope you will join us in person or via webinar for our next Research & Innovation in Aging Forum, Tuesday Oct. 18th from 4-5pm for Sarah Webster & Dr. John Puxty's presentation " One Year Later - Lessons Learned from the Ontario Age-Friendly Community Planning Outreach Initiative".

We are pleased to share an open access overview course on sageducation.ca. This month we are featuring an overview course on  Delirium.  Please note that you will need Adobe Flash Player to run the course.
  
Sincerely,

CSAH team and Partners
 
Age-Friendly Communities (AFC)

On Thursday October 20, 2016 from 1-2pm, Jamie Shipley of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) will be presenting "Age-Friendly Communities: Aging in Place"  where he will highlight practical examples of effective strategies.   To learn more visit   www.agefriendlyontario.ca
Advance Care Planning (ACP) & Health Care Consent (HCC) Education 

The Centre for Studies in Aging & Health's, Knowledge Broker, Denise Owsianicki will be presenting Advance Care Planning & Health Care Consent "Let's Talk" on Thursday, October 27th, in Brockville. Please register by October 19th.
South East Regional Integrated Fall Prevention & Management Strategy
The group is launching a communication strategy to engage others and share ideas to prepare for Fall Prevention Month in November.  If you would like to be added to the distribution list please sign up here.
Featured Topic Resources 
Aging can cause changes in the liver that can affect clinical characteristics and outcomes. For a reading list on The Older Adult and Liver Health click  here.
Upcoming National, Provincial and Regional Events & Webinars
FASTlinks are web based maps that display links to elder care services in South Eastern Ontario. There are 10 maps which are organized by common elder care domains such as: 
Look for November's Linkages on Collaborative Teamwork