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Culture Change ECHO

Where: Virtual

When: Wednesday September 13 - Wednesday November 29, 2023

Time: 1-2:30 p.m. EST

Cost: Free

Welcome to Culture Change ECHO, a free initiative brought to you by the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging (RIA). As a leader in aging research, we’re committed to changing the culture of aging in Canada. By joining us, you are taking a bold step towards leading and shaping the future of long-term care and retirement homes.

The Fall 2023 ECHO series will offer an exclusive opportunity for engagement with a diverse range of peers and subject matter experts across the country. During these interactive sessions, you have a unique opportunity  to share your expertise and knowledge and learn from peers and our Schlegel Research Chairs and Specialists. Together, we can create a vibrant, collaborative network that’s committed to changing the culture of aging.

We urge you to register at your earliest convenience as spots are limited.

Fall webinar series

  • Session 1: September 13, 2023 | 1-2:30 p.m. EST
    • Al Power: How to improve physical design on a limited budget
  • Session 2: October 25, 2023 | 1-2:30 p.m. EST
    • Jennifer Carson: The Six Cs of Culture Change: Reflecting on the Process for a Positive, Effective, and Sustainable Journey
  • Session 3: Nov 29, 2023 | 1-2:30 p.m. EST
    • Dan Levitt: Citizenship Model

Learn more about each session and speaker here.

Who can attend?

  • Leadership/decision makers in senior living settings
  • Anyone involved with Culture Change initiatives in senior living settings
  • Champions and informal leaders who want to learn more about Culture Change

Key takeaways and benefits

  • Expand your understanding of Culture Change.
  • Engage in peer-to-peer learning to advance understanding and application of Culture Change strategies.
  • Apply strategies and learnings to real-life situations.
  • Share learning and solutions for challenges related to moving towards a social model of living in senior living settings.
  • Build partnerships and networks to support Culture Change.
  • Equip underserved communities with access to Culture Change resources and education.

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