Continuous Learning Resources

CSAH partnered with Queen’s University and other educational institutions to create these libraries of Learning Resources that support the site specific care of the elderly.  These resources include handouts of presentations and other guidelines and documents

Go to the Primary Care Continuous Learning Resources

Go to the Long-term Care Hospital Resources

Go to the Hospital Care Learning Resources


 

See our Education & Training Navigator below for more ongoing Continuing Education Events and Resources of interest to both professional and non-professional caregivers who care for the elderly...


 

 

 

Education & Training Navigator

The CSAH Continuing Education for HCP courses have been developed to support continuing education for health care professionals. These courses are designed to accommodate the HCP in the workplace, with the option of following our '101' series of condensed introductory courses with the option of following a more in-depth comprehensive coverage of the particular health issue.

The CSAH Continuing Education for Formal and Family Caregivers courses have been developed to support educational initiatives for Personal Support Workers, Trained Volunteers and Family Caregivers. 

 

Dec. 11, 2019 from 4:30-6:00pm EST. This free webinar is offered by Queen's University's Continuing Professional Development office. To learn more or to register click here.

November 28, 2019 from 10am - 3pm at 200 Doug Duncan Dr., Newmarket. This workshop is for organizations, support staff, and family members looking to expand their communication toolbox to enhance support for individuals with a sensory loss and/or communication need. This interactive workshop will introduce experience tools, deepen participant understanding of how these tools relate to anticipation, reliving, retelling, and conceptual development and provide a hands on opportunity to develop an experience tool. To learn more or to register click here.

Nov. 27, 2019, 4:30-6:00pm. This free webinar is offered by Queen's University's Continuing Professional Development office. By the end of this webinar participants will be able to integrate legal and compassionate considerations into the decision making processes of MAiD and evaluate on a case-by-case basis the legal implications of MAiD clinical practice. This is one in a series of related webinars. To learn more or to register click here.