News and Events - 2018
ICCER is hosting Networking Events in both Calgary and Edmonton on June 4th and 6th to celebrate Seniors’ week! We will have presentations in both cities about the Age-Friendly Initiatives, Community Paramedic Programs, as well as information on Elder Abuse Awareness. These events are suitable for all levels of staff, as well as family members! Links to register for both events can be found under Event Registration.
ICCER will also be holding Collaborative Practice Discussions in Calgary and Edmonton for its member organizations in June. The topic will be Resident/Family Engagement.
ICCER hosted Networking Events in both Edmonton and Calgary on April 4th and 16th. Living Spaces: Policy Supports and Barriers in Alberta, was presented by Jacquie Eales (Research Manager, RAPP, Department of Human Ecology, University of Alberta) and Megan Strickfaden (Professor, Design Studies & Material Culture, Department of Human Ecology, University of Alberta).
ICCER held Collaborative Practice Discussions in Calgary and Edmonton for its member organizations. The topic was Creative and Collaborative Approaches to Learning.
On April 27th, ICCER presented Community collaboration to identify continuing care issues in rural Alberta, by Dymchuk, Hallstrom and Woodhead Lyons, at the AHEA 2018 Conference.
On February 15th, ICCER hosted our 6th Responsive Behaviours Symposium. Kim Barthel (OT) presented information on how to support people working with individuals who have dementia or other cognitive/complex conditions.
ICCER was privileged to be able to go to Fort Chipewyan on January 23rd to deliver a workshop to people from the community.