From On Lok to Ontario: Transferable Lessons in Supporting Older Persons with Complex Needs
DAY TWO: Wednesday, December 7th from 9:00am – 1:00pm
SYMPOSIUM TITLE: From On Lok to Ontario: Transferable Lessons in Supporting Older Persons with Complex Needs
SPONSORS: The Canadian Research Network for Care in the Community (www.CRNCC.ca) and the Ontario Community Support Association (www.OCSA.on.ca)
LOCATION: The Atrium, George Vari Centre, Ryerson University, 245 Church (at Gould St.)
REGISTRATION: Free attendance – see additional details here
This half-day, interactive symposium features Grace Li, Chief Operating Officer of On Lok Lifeways, San Francisco, California.
On Lok Lifeways is an internationally acclaimed, fully integrated program of care for older persons with multiple health and social needs. For over 40 years, On Lok has provided a range of medical care, prescript ion drugs, home care, adult day health, transportation, and more, to a culturally diverse community of “at risk” older persons, allowing them to age at home for as long as possible, safely and cost-effectively. On Lok’s groundbreaking care model has been replicated in more than 70 PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) organizations in the U.S.