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CHNET-WORKS! Fireside Chats in November 2015

Online
November 2015

Improving Care and Support for Unpaid Caregivers in Ontario: Findings from a Citizen Panel
November 4, 1:00-2:00 p.m.
Presenter: Michael Wilson, PhD

This webinar will present findings from a citizen panel convened by the McMaster Health Forum in November 2014, which provided participants an opportunity to share their ideas and experiences related to improving care and support for unpaid caregivers. Panel participants were provided with a citizen brief that summarized in lay language what is known about the underlying problem, three options to address the problem and implementation considerations, and the panel consisted of facilitated deliberations about each of these areas. Winner of the CAHSPR HHR Theme Group Award presented by the Canadian Health Human Resources Network

Financial Abuse of Older Adults: Recognize, Review and Respond
November 5, 1:00-2:00 p.m.
Presenter: Kate Martin, Policy Analyst, Credit Union Central of Canada

Financial abuse of older adults is the most common type of elder abuse in Canada. Join Credit Union Central of Canada to learn about the approach the credit union system is taking to provide awareness and education to credit union staff to prevent financial abuse of older adults.  A year ago, to mark the end of Financial Literacy Month, Credit Union Central of Canada, through CUSOURCE Credit Union Knowledge Network, in partnership with Prevent Elder Abuse Manitoba and Tamlo International Inc., and in collaboration with the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada, launched the course Financial Abuse of Older Adults: Recognize, Review and Respond. This course was designed to provide the necessary knowledge and skills so that credit union employees can play a key role in detecting and preventing financial abuse of their older members.

Innovation in Aboriginal Early Childhood Development--National Child Day 2015
November 19, 1:00-2:30 p.m.
Presenter: TBA

Please join us for a webinar and discussion on Innovation in Aboriginal Early Childhood Development by the Public Health Agency of Canada.  This presentation will highlight innovations from Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities program sites in Nunavut and New Brunswick. Who should attend: Researchers, policy makers, community programmers and practitioners, health care professionals and caregivers working with children and youth, or with an interest in children’s health and rights.

For more information or to register for these events, please visit http://chnet-works.ca/index.php?option=com_rsevents&view=events&Itemid=6...

CHNET-WORKS! is pleased to announce that we are booking webinars for November 2015 - March 2016. For more information on partnering with CHNET-Works! please contact lchilds@uottawa.ca. We walk you through preparation, delivery and follow up; providing templates and tools and guidance!