Aging with Confidence: Ontario’s Action Plan for Seniors outlines the provincial government’s ongoing plan to help Ontario seniors remain independent, healthy and socially connected at all stages of their lives. Please click on the link to access the full document of the strategy for seniors.
ResourcesConcussion Awareness Training Tool
CATT Online provides free concussion toolkits, an online Concussion Response Tool, and downloadable resources. Developed by the BCIRPU, the CATT tool is a great resource for practitioners and residents of Ontario.
The Ontario Injury Prevention Resource Centre (OIPRC) helps injury prevention professionals reduce injury in Ontario.
We do this through:
- knowledge translation and interpretation
- knowledge exchange and communication
- system planning
On May 9, 2017, PHO held a one-day workshop for public health professionals to build local capacity in skills for conducting situational assessments. The workshop helped to identify key considerations for applying these methods to inform local planning to address opioid-related harms.
From this workshop, PHO developed the report – Applying situational assessment skills to address opioid-related harms: Workshop report.
The report shares discussion summaries, presentations and panelist experiences from the workshop to support local public health organizations to:
- understand the steps of conducting a situational assessment
- apply systematic methods for conducting your own situational assessment
- inform community action plans to reduce opioid-related harms
For more information about this report, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chief Public Health Officer’s Report on the State of Public Health in Canada 2017 – Designing Healthy Living
The report was developed through strong collaboration with a variety of partners, experts and stakeholders.
This year’s report can be accessed through this link:
Report on the State of Public Health in Canada 2017
The Toronto Rehabilitation Institute's annual Traumatic Brain Injury Conference is a national conference dedicated to advance knowledge on traumatic brain injury in scientific research and clinical care.
Join TRI on February 2, 2018 at the Beanfield Centre at Exhibition Place in Toronto. For details, please click on:
2018 TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY CONFERENCE
January 31 - February 2, 2018
A two day workshop that will give participants the knowledge and skills needed to operate from an evidence-based approach toward older adult falls and fall-related injury prevention.