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November 2017

December Chat Topics

Be sure to check out both the home page and Ontario page for December's upcoming chat topics!

We will be discussing ageism and stigma and how this affects both our culture in general and our health care delivery in our SE Ontario (typed) chat on Tuesday, December 5th and then on Wednesday December 20th join us for a province-wide conversation about the Senior Friendly Initiative and the Senior Friendly 7 Topics!

Hope you can make it! Looking forward to your feedback.

~Sharon

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Don't Miss Next Week's SE Ontario Lived Experience Network Chat:

Join us November 7th at our new time from 7:00-8:30PM

Our November SE Ontario Lived Experience Café (Typed) Chat topic comes from Krystal Mack, Seniors Mental Health Inpatient Program Manager of Hospital Mental Health, Providence Care. In order to better understand the lived experience of family caregivers, she asks:

“How do we improve communication between family caregivers and the health care providers who provide care to their family members/friends?

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Don't Miss Next Week's SE Ontario Lived Experience Network Chat:

Join us November 7th at our new time from 7:00-8:30PM

Our November SE Ontario Lived Experience Café (Typed) Chat topic comes from Krystal Mack, Seniors Mental Health Inpatient Program Manager of Hospital Mental Health, Providence Care. In order to better understand the lived experience of family caregivers, she asks:

“How do we improve communication between family caregivers and the health care providers who provide care to their family members/friends?"

As you reflect on your many different experiences receiving care as a family caregiver/ friend (in the home, family doctor, adult day program, hospital or Long term care etc.), come prepared to share some of the communication gaps you have experienced as well as examples of excellent communication, why it was so helpful and how communication can be improved.

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