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We facilitate evidence-based research, knowledge sharing and clinical practices that improve healthcare outcomes for older Canadians living with frailty, their families and caregivers.

Wednesday, August 15 -- 12 noon ET

FREE WEBINAR: Learn about tools to support caregivers of LTC residents

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Frail older adults residing in 24 hour care facilities have complex health needs. Family caregivers continue to provide care and support for their relatives/friends in care facilities. Unfortunately when their relative is admitted to a care facility, they experience major changes in their lives such as changes in their roles/relationships resulting in poor physical and mental health. They need support. To support family caregivers of persons with dementia in 24 hour care facilities, CFN Network Investigators Wendy Duggleby and Laura Cottrell of the University of Alberta developed an online intervention called My Tools 4 Care-In Care.

Sign up for the next CFN Frailty Series webinar to hear about the results of this study which suggest that My Tools 4 Care – In Care is easy to navigate, convenient to use, feasible, acceptable and participants were very happy with it.

Click here to register.