CFN Cross-Country Collaboration Tour Events
CFN is re-engaging with citizens, researchers, partners and policy makers to refine our understanding of their needs, to incorporate in our strategic planning. CFN has finalized an ambitious plan and agenda for 2019 with committed partners to visit cities across Canada such as: Yellowknife, Prince George, Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax. The plan is to canvas these individuals and organizations so that we better understand how frailty impacts their communities.
Goal: CFN aims to improve care for older adults living with frailty by increasing the recognition of frailty in all settings of care, implementing evidence- based care practices and improving system integration.
Follow CFN as we engage with Canadians across the country! Please join us if we are in your area.
Together with Caregivers Nova Scotia and Dalhousie University this event will explore how frailty and aging impacts older Nova Scotians and their friend and family caregivers, steps we can each take to AVOID Frailty, and the ways in which our communities can improve healthcare and social supports for Nova Scotia’s growing seniors’ population living with frailty and their caregivers.
Caring for Older Adults – Health, Wellness and Person-Centered Care: November 7 & 8, 2019: Prince George, BC
Together with BC AHSN, Northern Health, the First Nations Health Authority, the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC), the Rural Coordination Centre of BC and the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences this event will speak to the issues of frailty, dementia, risk reduction and the future of effective health care, specifically in Northern British Columbia and throughout rural and remote Canada.
Together with the University of Calgary’s Brenda Strafford Centre on Aging and the Alberta Health Services Seniors Health Strategic Clinical Network (SCN) and joined by experts on frailty and aging, all Albertans were welcomed to a half-day town hall with the goal of better understand how frailty impacts Alberta’s communities and ways that we can contribute to resilience in aging.
CFN Board members and staff met with MPs, their staff and the Liberal Seniors’ Caucus to elevate the status of older adults living with frailty and their caregivers.