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Safely Together: Physical Distancing Best Practices

01:38:00

Jun 2, 2020 01:24 PM

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Derek Soares
Director, Information Systems and Decision Support @St. Joseph's Continuing Care Centre
Derek is the Director of Information Systems and Decision Support for St. Joseph’s Continuing Care, a registered charitable organization operated by the Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph in Cornwall, Ontario. He has more than fifteen years of information technology experience in the acute care, complex continuing care and long-term care sectors.
David Wormald
President @St. Joseph’s Health Centre Guelph & Elder Care, St. Joseph’s Health System
David currently holds the position of President at St. Joseph’s Health Centre Guelph, St. Joseph’s Lifecare Centre Brantford, and Vice President Elder Care, St. Joseph’s Health System. David is the co-chair of the Waterloo-Wellington (WW) Older Adult Steering Committee, WW Specialized Geriatric Services, and the WW Rehabilitative Complex Continuing Care Council. As well, he is an executive member of the Regional Geriatric Programs of Ontario and the OHA Complex Continuing Care and Rehabilitation Provincial Leadership Council.
Michelle Chiarcos
Corporate Dietitian @Seasons Care Dietitian Network
As a Corporate Dietitian with Seasons Care, Michelle brings a wealth of knowledge and practical solutions in Seniors Nutrition. Her passion for food and nutrition, combined with her commitment to compassionate and caring care for Seniors, is what drives Michelle in her quest to make a difference for those we serve. With her Corporate Team, she plays a critical role in the success of dietary programs and initiatives in Long Term Care. She provides support to Season Care's clients, partners and Registered Dietitians through corporate guidance, dietary reviews, auditing, planning and education development to meet and exceed industry standards and practices. She has a strong passion for maintaining the nutritional well-being and promoting quality of life for Residents in Long Term Care by practicing a "Food-first" approach.