THE NEW I.C.E. AGE: INNOVATION, COMMUNICATION & ENGAGEMENT

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Greetings from the Co-Chairs


On September 19 & 20, 2018, York Care Foundation & York Care Centre will host its 11th annual symposium, “The New I.C.E. Age: Innovation, Communication and Engagement”. With new shifts in thinking of what aging care might look like, this theme comes at a poignant time. Innovation is key as our aging care leaders look at novel approaches to care and capitalize on technology being more accessible and cost effective. Communication is pivotal within our communities, not only with our leaders and fellow staff, but also with the neighbourhoods we serve. Engagement is needed from all ages and stages; to have individuals come together and provide solutions to address our aging care challenges.

Each of these components will be focal points throughout the duration of the Symposium and promise to be thought-provoking and enlightening. The New I.C.E. Age is happening now. The dialogue surrounding the future of aging care is changing, making for exciting and revolutionary times. Join us this year and learn about how you can innovate, communicate and engage.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
9:30-12:00MINDFULNESS OF CARING


JAYNE HARVEY, OWNER & CEO, FCS INTERNATIONAL
12:00-1:00LUNCH & VISIT WITH EXHIBITORS & POSTER PRESENTERS
1:00-1:45LT. GOVERNOR’S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN AGING
SESSION 1: COMMUNICATION TRANSFORMATION
1:45-3:00BOOMERS, ZOOMERS, Xs, YX AND ZS: MANAGING THE MULTIGENERATIONAL WORKFORCE


GEORGE RAINE, PRESIDENT, MONTANA CONSULTING GROUP
3:00-3:15NUTRITION BREAK & VISIT WITH EXHIBITORS & POSTER PRESENTERS
3:15-4:45MEDICAL ASSISTANCE IN DYING – THE NEW BRUNSWICK EXPERIENCE


DR. EDOUARD HENDRIKS, VICE PRESIDENT, MEDICAL, ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH AFFAIRS, HORIZON HEALTH NETWORK

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

8:00-8:30NUTRITION BREAK AND NETWORKING
SESSION 2: MOMENTUM IN COMMUNICATION
8:30-9:30DISRUPTING THE HEALTHY AGING LANDSCAPE: THE POTENTIAL OF TECHNOLOGY


DORINA SIMEONOV, POLICY & KNOWLEDGE MOBILIZATION MANAGER, AGE-WELL NETWORK CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE
9:30-10:30A WINDOW FOR THE MIND: VIRTUAL REALTIY AND ITS EFFECT ON MOOD IN ADULTS IN LONG TERM CARE


SHERRY LAW, COUNSELLING THERAPIST IN FREDERICTON, NB, AND PRESIDENT OF THE TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS CHAPTER OF CCPA
10:30-10:45NUTRITION BREAK & NETWORKING
10:45-11:45WE’VE GOT AN APP FOR THAT! DEVELOPING A POLYPHARMACY APP FOR LONG-TERM CARE


CAROL GOODINE, CLINICAL PHARMACY MANAGER, DR. EVERETT CHALMERS REGIONAL HOSPITAL
11:45-12:45LUNCH & VISIT WITH EXHIBITORS & POSTER PRESENTERS
SESSION 3: ENGAGEMENT
12:45-1:45ENHANCING THE RESIDENT DINING EXPERIENCE


LYNNE MACNEIL, FOOD SERVICE MANAGER & DIETITIAN, DR. V.A. SNOW CENTRE; SARA SQUIRES, FOOD SERVICES MANAGER AND CLINICAL DIETITIAN, CARLETON KIRK LODGE NURSING HOME; HOLLY BUDROW, NUTRITIONAL SERVICES MANAGER AND CLINICAL DIETITIAN; LOCH LOMOND VILLA
1:45-2:45WHAT LIVING AS A YOUNG AT HEART RESIDENT CAN TEACH LONG TERM CARE STAFFMICHELLE CRONIN, REGISTERED NURSE, LOCH LOMOND VILLA’S YOUNG AT HEART HOUSE
2:45-3:00LAST CHANCE: NIUTRITION BREAK & VISIT WITH EXHIBITORS & POSTER PRESENTERS
3:00-4:15CANNABIS CARE


DR. BRUNO BATTISTINI
4:15WRAP UP

REGISTER ONLINE

http://www.yorkcarecentre.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Symposium-Program-ENG.pdf.

VENUE

Journey Wesleyan Church, 131 Duncan Lane, Fredericton, NB.Directions to Venue


In Fredericton: Follow Prospect Street to the end, go past Hanwell intersection about 1.5 km, facility is on the right hand side; large church building and gym.From the western part of the province: take the Hanwell Road exit off the Trans-Canada; at the Hanwell/Prospect Street intersection turn left and travel 1km; church facility will be on the right.

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