Senior Friendly Care

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The sfCare Framework, which was developed by the RGP of Toronto in collaboration with provincial stakeholders, including older adults, caregivers, and care providers, provides a foundation for achieving the best possible outcomes for older adults. The Framework’s guiding principles and defining statements collectively describe what senior friendly care looks like. The sfCare Getting Started Toolkit helps bring this foundational vision to life by providing 10 actionable recommendations and practical resources. The sfCare Getting Started Toolkit will be updated regularly with new tools and resources.

Seven Guiding Principles:

  1. Resilience, independence, and quality of life
  2. Compassion and respect
  3. Information and empowered older persons and families
  4. Person- and relationship-centered partnerships
  5. Safety and security
  6. Timely, equitable, and affordable
  7. Evidence-informed

Five Domains:

  1. Organizational Support
  2. Processes of Care
  3. Emotional & Behavioural Environment
  4. Ethics in Clinical Care and Research
  5. Physical Environment

For more information: Regional Geriatric Program of Toronto 

Senior Friendly Care Report

What Patients Tell Us

I finally gathered enough courage to ask for your help regarding memory loss. I am 75 years old and have been noticing memory loss for the past year. I have an older brother who has Alzheimer’s and I would like to get help before I reach that stage.

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