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Advancing Recreation and Cognitive Engagement through Technology

Posted on September 5, 2018

Live Webinar: Thursday, October 18th from 1pm – 2pm EST

Since September 2017, Responsive Health Management (RHM) in Toronto has been working in collaboration with Linked Senior with generous funding from the Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) through the Baycrest Foundation. CABHI is a solution accelerator, helping to drive innovation in the aging and brain health sector. Webinar participants will hear from Marion Godoy and Abiola Awosanya of RHM about preliminary study results, explore a number of best practices used by RHM and their teams at the research sites, and understand what the future of resident engagement may hold.
 
This research project is part of CABHI’s Industry Innovation Partnership Program (I2P2). Analysis of the research findings have been conducted by Ethan McMahan and Dr. Rob Winningham of Western Oregon University in order to determine if residents using Linked Senior have better health outcomes than those who do not and more broadly how using therapeutic engagement techniques can decrease depression and other behaviors associated with dementia.

 

Click here to listen to the recording

*All attendees will receive 1-hour of NCCAP and NAB CEU credits for this webinar.

Marion Godoy
Senior Nurse Consultant
Responsive Health Management, Inc.

Marion Godoy, provides nursing consultation services through Responsive Health Mentors Ltd. Her career with Responsive began in 1990, and over the years she has held a number of positions, including Unit Nurse Supervisor, Nurse Manager, Director of Nursing and Administrator. An active member of our community, Marion chairs the Quality Council and the Joint Director of Nursing meetings for our homes as well as participates on various external committees. She has served on special task forces for the Ontario Long Term Care Association, the Quality Analytics Advisory Committee and as Co-chair of the Point Click Care Users Group in Ontario. A graduate of Ryerson University, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Mental Health Certificate from Humber College.

Abiola Awosanya
Programs Manager
Cedarvale Terrace

Abiola Awosanya has one year of experience as a Programs Manager with an eight year background working as a recreation therapist and coordinator. She completed her Bachelor of Science major in Therapeutic Recreation and is First Aid and CPR Certified as well as PIECES training certified. She is experienced in developing holistic programming for clients and maintaining community partnerships.