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Calleja Design Portfolio
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  • 1. Joe Calleja • 416.203.9694 • info@callejadesign.com www.callejadesign.com © Calleja Design 2010
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  • 8. Stationery 94 Cumberland Street Suite 512 Toronto, ON M5R 1A3 94 Cumberland Street 416.922.9040 Suite 512 smile@drlbrown.com Toronto, ON M5R 1A3 www.drlbrown.com cosmetic  |  implant  |  family dentistry 94 Cumberland Street, Suite 512, Toronto, ON M5R 1A3  |  416.922.9040  |  smile@drlbrown.com  |  www.drlbrown.com
  • 9. Stationery independent lifestyle you desire. Helping you maintain the mature Providing specialized home care services designed for you. Providing specialized home care services designed for you. Melissa Donovan Managing Director 336 Mary Street, P.O. Box 850 Melissa Donovan Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario L0S 1J0 Managing Director tel. (905) 468-9305 or 1-877-705-2345 336 Mary Street, P.O. Box 850 fax 1-888-923-8349 Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario L0S 1J0 email. melissa@eldercarebydesign.ca tel. (905) 468-9305 or 1-877-705-2345 web. www.eldercarebydesign.ca fax 1-888-923-8349 email. melissa@eldercarebydesign.ca web. www.eldercarebydesign.ca tel. (905) 468-9305 or 1-877-705-2345 fax 1-888-923-8349 web. www.eldercarebydesign.ca 336 Mary Street, P.O. Box 850, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario L0S 1J0
  • 10. Stationery 233 Carlaw Avenue, Suite 717, Toronto M4M 3N6 P 416-967-9699 F 416-967-0999 www.saidc.ca 233 Carlaw Avenue, Suite 717, Toronto M4M 3N6 Vitorhya Shields baaid, ncidq, bcin, arido vitorhya@saidc.ca cel 416-573-6641 233 Carlaw Avenue, Suite 717 Toronto M4M 3N6 www.saidc.ca P 416-967-9699 x21 F 416-967-0999 www.saidc.ca S m a r t d e S i g n S b u i l d s o lu t i o ns smart designs build solutions
  • 11. Websites
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  • 16. Newspaper Ad Campaign Personalized home care services designed for you e rc ou e cS d r teu So ds reu st T u T’rs arsa a’ aag r ig ia NN Personalized Home Care Services designed for you Personalized home care services designed for you ELDERCARE by design offers premium non-medical home care services based on understanding, respect and support. Our services help you maintain your independent lifestyle. ɶ Scheduled Transportation ɶ A Social Visit To an appointment or local business ɶ Home Cleaning ɶ In-Home Assistance ɶ Meal Preparation Someone to help with daily chores ɶ Home Maintenance Call our Care Concierge at (905) 468-9305 Every senior has a different reason for wanting to stay in their home. In most cases all they need is a little reliable help. Merry Christmas & www.eldercarebydesign.ca ELDERCARE by design provides premium non-medical home care Happy New Year 336 Mary Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake services based on understanding and respect. A Gift from the Heart Independence starts with ELDERCARE by design. Do you know someone who could benefit from Helping Seniors Remain Independent • Partnering with Families to Provide Support Step 1. Step 2. support around their home? Give a gift that Call or Email our Care Concierge. We’ll meet with you to co-determine shows you care – our $75 Gift Certificates can Niagara’s Trusted Source your needs. provide three hours of in-home assistance and companionship for a friend or neighbour. Call our Care Concierge at (905) 468-9305 Celebrating the Holidays Together www.eldercarebydesign.ca Need assistance putting together a Christmas 336 Mary Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake social for you and some friends? We can help – from the invitations, to preparing your home, to putting Helping Seniors Remain Independent • Partnering with Families to Provide Support together the holiday spread! Niagara’s Trusted Source Contact our Care Concierge today at (905) 468-9305 to book your services. The EldErcarE by design team wishes you and yours a happy holiday season. N PE Niagara’s trusted source for personalized O W non-medical home care services designed for you. O N (905) 468-9305 • www.eldercarebydesign.ca Helping Seniors Maintain an Independent Lifestyle 336 Mary Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake
  • 17. Small Brochures old fold Daily / Weekly Support ELDERCARE by design makes it easy to find quality support. Our services are scheduled to match your lifestyle and will change as you change. Short-term Support ELDERCARE by design can also provide temporary support services while you fold fold or a family member are away on business or vacation. Personalized Home Care Services designed for you Helping You Remain Independent Our Commitment SAmPLE SERVICE mEnu Every person has different reasons for wanting ELDERCARE by design’s care team are non-medical Support Services in-home care that will help them continue to enjoy compassionate individuals who have a genuine their home. desire to assist seniors in our community. ■ Scheduled transportation Assistance Arrive on time for appointments (to your doctor, Contact us What reasons are important to you? We offer: to the salon), go visit a friend or go shopping! A Care Concierge team member Personal Visits from our Care Staff ❑ My independence ■ Confidential assessments and personalized ■ Stay Independent is waiting to assist you. support service planning Stopping by for tea, going for a walk ❑ My privacy Keep your independence with support in 08/09 Trusted one-on-one relationships between our ■ In-Home Assistance Office (905) 468-9305 or ❑ Having my own place ■ and around your home. care team and clients Food preparation, laundry, tidying toll Free 1-877-705-2345 ❑ Keeping my home, preserving my memories ■ A dedication to the highest level of care from ■ Home Cleaning Services Our team of compassionate professionals www.eldercarebydesign.ca ❑ Enjoying my garden all our care team members ■ meal Delivery want to ensure you receive the support ❑ Having my friends over for a visit Helping Seniors Remain Independent 336 Mary Street, PO Box 850 ■ An ongoing commitment to give back to ■ Shopping Companions that is tailored to your needs. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario • ❑ Others? our community ■ Vacation Assistance L0S 1J0 House sitting and/or pet sitting Partnering with Families to Provide Support • Helping Families Provide Support Our Value ■ And more! Relationships are As a family member you always want what is best Important OnE CALL • We coordinate multiple services, • for your loved one. At ELDERCARE by design, we are Home maintenance Services saving you time and the frustration of contracting your partner in helping ensure they are: many providers. ■ Gardening ■ Comfortable QuALItY ASSuRAnCE • Our care team members ■ Lawn Care You can choose from: ■ Secure in their home are specially selected and trained to ensure you ■ Window Cleaning ■ Scheduled Transportation Assistance Receiving quality service from our trusted receive quality care with every visit. Arrive on time for appointments (to your ■ ■ Snow Removal professional care team doctor, to the salon), go visit a friend or CuStOmIzED SERVICES • We personalize all ■ Light Home Repair go shopping! service plans to suit your needs. ■ Personal Visits from our Care Staff Stopping by for tea, going for a walk ■ In-Home Assistance Food preparation, laundry, tidying ■ Home Cleaning Services ■ Meal Delivery ■ Shopping Companions ■ Vacation Assistance House sitting and/or pet sitting ■ Lawn Care Contact our Care Concierge now ■ Indoor/Outdoor Home Maintenance at (905) 468 - 9305 ■ And more!
  • 18. Small Brochures Office + Work Environments Condominium Shared Facilities Hotel + High Rise Spaces Improve your space. Creating Invite us in. effective and efficient spaces; offices functional and coordinated Condominiums shared facilities that enhance living Hotels attractive, inviting, and Relationships successful relationships feasibilities, renovations, expansions, enjoyment and property values distinctively your solution require communication demonstrating relocations and move management Shields + Associates design common areas From the first impressions at your front We believe everyone benefits from your values our team of designers is dedicated to that have style and longevity. We use desk through comfortable public lounges, our pre-planning, attention to and uniqueness client satisfaction. We oversee the design materials that stand up over time; never to functional business centres, your detail, effective onsite cooperation intent, coordinate project members, too trendy, always timeless. spaces enhance your guest’s experience. and proactive communication. within your maintain proactive communication We assist your board of directors and Shields + Associates create beautifully Shields + Associates are dedicated goals and document thoroughly. We remain design committee through the design crafted details in a financially responsible to being available throughout the flexible and keep our sense of humour and selection process. We provide manner delivering maximum impact. project. even through those inevitable last presentations to the building residents, minute decisions. Define your experience. Everyone benefits. complete construction drawings, and smart designs buiLd SoLuTionS Invite us in. • Clients benefit from a For landlords and leasing agents, we oversee the installation for design highly coordinated project. provide turn-key design services, feasibility intent. our experience includes lobbies, • Suppliers benefit from realistic plans, boMA calculations and design corridors, recreational areas and even budgets and timelines. options for sales presentations. the glamorous parking levels. • We benefit by exceeding interior environments should be flexible, interactive, Support your business. Respect your sanctuary. our clients’ expectations. Invite us in. Invite us in. and inspiring, defining the function and culture within Build together. Invite us in. smart designs buiLd SoLuTionS
  • 19. Small Brochures ABOUT THE FEEDBACK cilities prima- “Toronto is fortunate to have the Rotman School’s unique . However, the Finance Lab within our city. The Lab is available for all types ns throughout of financial training, and finance-related activities. We hope Finance com- that more people will take the opportunity to book the Lab for training to enhance their finance-related skills.” a yearly event Suzanne Viegas, Board of Economic Development, ts from MBA City of Toronto tates come to zed, simulated “Our students enjoy using the Rotman Finance Lab for our e students in courses. With the Lab’s state-of-the-art trading software, they he University can implement the techniques we have taught them and -ever trading learn to become proficient traders.” Brian Kerr, Partner, Learn to Trade cal experience h greatly com- “The Rotman School has an exceptionally well-equipped ding exercises trading lab. It is an indispensable tool for teaching students , dealing with about the market details that really matter.” nd options, to Dr. Ryan Davies, ISMA Centre, rket situations University of Reading, United Kingdom retical knowl- d manage risk. “The resources and applications in Rotman’s Financial Research and Trading Lab allow finance theory to come to life.” Dr. John J. Siam, Director, Allen H. Gould Trading Floor, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario Canada overnment’s ge Fund for ol is currently For more information, please contact: he continued Financial Research and Trading Lab Joseph L. Rotman School of Management University of Toronto ABOUT THE ROTMAN SCHOOL resources.The Rotman School's Finance Lab promotes the source of information to being a dynamic learning centre. 105 St. George Street integration of theory and practice not only in Lab courses Competing in trading competitions, managing port- Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5S 3E6 Today’s highly-competitive business environment demands but also in mainstream MBA courses and in extracurricu- folios using real-time data, and developing applications of Telephone: (416) 946-5849 people who are intelligent, flexible, and global in their ori- lar trading competitions, including contests with other classroom material, are examples of activities that generate E-mail: finance.lab@rotman.utoronto.ca entation. At the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, university business schools.The Lab’s array of software and flexible and durable knowledge that prepare students Web site: www.rotman.utoronto.ca/finance/lab we are redesigning business education to produce the lead- other learning resources attracts users and enquiries from for the work force. The Lab also provides a setting for ers organizations require to win in the new millennium. local and national companies, as well as educational and students to interact with industry experts.” The Rotman School is located in the heart of down- government institutions. Scholars and students from other This state-of-the-art, multi-function laboratory creates town Toronto on the campus of Canada’s largest research universities can also arrange to use our Lab’s resources. It new opportunities for training, teaching, research, product university, the University of Toronto. Rotman students are is an ideal place for hands-on learning about all types of and curriculum development. It provides a focal point for trained just blocks from Bay Street, the hub of Canada’s a Financial Research and Trading Lab. This unique facility financial issues. research and training in a www.rotman.utoronto.ca/finance/lab Their experience is enriched by their business capital. gives students, staff, faculty members and others the oppor- “The Lab’s primary focus is to help students learn range of financial disciplines Tom McCurdy, the Lab’s proximity to the business community and to the out- tunity to interact with the global financial community and through practical experience, giving them a way to imple- including: investment strate- Founding Academic Director standing scholars, both at the Rotman School and in other access international resources in a real-time setting. For ment the material they learn in the classroom,” says Tom gy and portfolio management; faculties of the University. students, it is a key venue for the kind of practical, hands- McCurdy, the Lab’s Founding Academic Director. “It pro- financial engineering and risk on learning so essential to any business education.The Lab vides access to worldwide information on fundamentals, management; trading; and is also available for outside groups to book on a pre- research, news and prices, and offers students the chance to analysis of the microstructure ABOUT THE LAB arranged basis. If your organization is interested in using develop and use software applications common to the of markets. the Lab, please contact us for more information. finance industry.” Lab Manager Daniel In recent years, world financial markets have grown expo- The Rotman Finance Lab is one of the leading facilities Dupuis is aiming to increase nentially in size and exposure.With increasing globalization, of its kind in North America. Its mission is to integrate both the exposure and usage market and company developments require rapid, accurate, theory and practice by delivering hands-on experience to ABOUT THE BENEFITS of the facilities. “This is truly and sophisticated in-depth analysis.To enhance its compet- Lab users. It houses a large, extensive collection of finance an outstanding environment itiveness in this environment and to further its reputation databases and datafeeds. In addition, classroom material is According to McCurdy, the Lab’s main aim is to promote and we are using it to train for academic excellence, the Rotman School has developed learned through Excel-based applications linked to those hands-on learning. “The Lab has evolved from being a tomorrow’s financial leaders.” LAB RESOURCES dealers and other contribu- The terminal has Research databases Custom Excel Applications: tors in more than 100 three levels: •Datastream This software package, countries provide news and •Compustat designed at Rotman, Hardware Software with Moneyline’s Telerate analysis covering informa- •Broad markets •CRSP facilitates the decision- The Rotman Finance Lab is Outstanding software package, which features tion on fundamentals •Individual •NYSE’s TAQ making process in portfolio equipped with the latest in resources provide the fuel real-time datafeeds and (financial statements, securities/indices •FP and risk management state-of-the-art hardware, for the Lab‘s day-to-day software applications research, etc.) and quotes •Cross-reference analysis •TSE’s CFMRC by utilizing measures such including: activities. These resources including links to a wealth associated with over-the- between securities and • IBES as Value at Risk and keep the operations run- of information on stocks, counter (OTC) markets. indices tools that enable efficient •30 dual flat screen ning in real time, to simu- bonds, currencies, deriva- Applications portfolio diversification. workstations late an actual trading envi- tives (including futures, Bloomberg terminals If you are familiar with Carnegie-Mellon Financial •1 Bloomberg terminal ronment. Software options and swaps), The Rotman School is Bloomberg’s wide range of Trading Software (FTS): Stockval: This integrated •2 projection screens includes: energy and commodities, fortunate to be able to capabilities, you will This software turns the Lab and versatile software/ •integrated audio and from more than 250 supplement Moneyline understand how much it into a virtual market where database system allows video system Moneyline Telerate Plus stock exchanges around Telerate Plus resources with contributes to the lab’s students can apply theor- analysis, valuation model- •2 datawalls Each terminal in the the world. In addition, a full-feature Bloomberg array of resources. etical concepts to trading ing, and preparation of Finance Lab is equipped 450 news and research terminal that students can simulations and compete in reports for equities traded sources, plus 3,000 banks, use for research. various trading cases. on U.S. markets.
  • 20. Large Brochures LEARNING THROUGH THE ARTS A PARTNER IN EDUCATIONAL TRANSFORMATION bringing new energy and excitement to schools IN LTTA, MATH STUDENTS MUST THE MATTHEWS FAMILY CENTRE CLASS HAS THE BE ENGAGED IN FOR INTEGRATIVE EDUCATION: VISCERAL THEIR LESSONS A UNIQUE NEW RESOURCE FOR ENERGY AND BEFORE THEY CANADIAN SCHOOLS EXCITEMENT OF CAN LEARN. ART OR DRAMA THE LTTA In June 2004 The Royal Conservatory announced CLASS, THERE PROGRAM gifts totaling more than $44 million toward the cost ARE NO ACCOMPLISHES of enhancing its current historical site in downtown Toronto. The planned Telus Centre for Performance and Learning will BARRIERS THIS IN SPADES. be a centre for creativity and education that will be the first of its kind BETWEEN ONE TEACHER in the world and will be unveiled in 2006. SUBJECT STATED, “IT LEARNING AREAS, THE IMPRESSED ME THROUGH Learning Through the Arts, as part of the planned expansion, SENSES ARE THAT ALL OF THE ARTS IS has received a generous gift from the Matthews family to create CULTIVATED SO THE STUDENTS AN EXCELLENT the Matthews Family Centre for Integrative Education. The new NOT JUST ANOTHER PROVEN PROGRAM TO academic centre will complement our fully staffed regional THAT ALL WERE ENGAGED ARTS PROGRAM RESULTS ENHANCE centres across Canada, serving educators through state-of-the-art, LEARNING IS ALL OF THE STUDENT’S fully wired teleconferencing and e-learning equipment to make VIVID, AND THE While many arts ventures have existed TIME. A recent study by ACHIEVEMENT LTTA’s comprehensive program of academic research, workshops, PERSONAL in education, LTTA is unique in many Queen’s University advanced training, and conferences for educators more accessible Scott Harris IN CLASS. IT AND SOCIAL significant ways: Principal, researchers Drs. Rena Upitis and Katharine to more communities 1 DEVELOPMENT Ogden Smithrim showed LTTA students score as HELPED MY coast to coast. OF STUDENTS IS It’s outcome-based, focussing on Community much as 11 percentile points higher in DAUGHTER TO curricular integration. The arts are School: math. The three-year Canada-wide study GAIN MORE CONTINUALLY Thunder Bay, not treated as a separate curricular involved 6,000 students and their teachers. KNOWLEDGE NURTURED. Ontario area of learning and appreciation, Research showed that 10-to-12-year AND but are infused directly into the old LTTA students scored as much as Dr. Peter Simon UNDERSTAND President, The general curriculum. LTTA methods are 11 percentile points higher on standardized I CONNECT I TRANSFORM F ORM I INSPIRE HOW TO RELATE Royal designed to actively engage students and mathematics tests of computation and Conservatory enhance their ability to learn concepts estimation after three years of involvement KNOWLEDGE of Music required in disciplines such as math, in the LTTA program. It also showed GAINED IN ONE history, science and reading. that students, teachers, parents and AREA TO 2 Dwayne Morgan Samantha Duchemin Stéphane Moraille administrators alike see positive effects ANOTHER. THE LTTA Spoken-Word Artist and Poet LTTA World Music Percussionist Juno Award-Winning Singer It’s designed around long-term from having LTTA in schools. VISIT OF A POET artist-teacher collaborations. LAST YEAR Together, they customize � Over the three year period, there was a “Words have power. When I teach through “Drumming brings abstract “When children access core subjects through INSPIRED HER strategies and activities which marked growth in the percentage of LTTA poetry, young people are not only learning their concepts to children in a song, dance and storytelling, learning becomes address the needs of their teachers who say the arts are an effective CREATIVE subjects, they are learning about themselves. deeply tactile way. Learning a magical journey. Of course they acquire unique learning/teaching environment. way to teach math, science, and language. WRITING The arts provide opportunities for self-expression the rhythm of numbers, the core skills they need like times tables or 3 TREMENDOUSLY. and self-discovery that rote learning can’t. In of language, of our own literacy but they also experience something Emphasis is placed on sequential � Nearly 90 per cent of all parents in our classrooms, right alongside the core academic heartbeat in ways that are deeper and more complex, providing for professional development for both the study – from all kinds of elementary Mrs. subjects, there is a language and a means to participatory, active and connections to be made between their teachers and artist educators for schools – said that the arts motivate their Shanmugalingam Parent of Grade explore the cultural, ethical, and social issues engaging makes these ideas subjects and all facets of life.” continuous improvement in children to learn. 8 LTTA student children face in the real world.” come alive.” program design and meeting at Oakdale Park curricular outcomes. Middle School
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  • 22. Reports and Magazines North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN Having a primary care provider is important for patients. It promote partnerships and enhance service delivery across financial resources wisely. This means avoiding extra costs ChapTer 5 gives them coordinated access to important screening and preventive tests. It helps them get proper management of North Simcoe Muskoka which will save time, money, stress and lives. The ALC Resource Matching and Referral project such as providing treatment and care in a setting that exceeds the patient’s needs. Framework for planning chronic diseases and allows referrals to specialists. It also will monitor how patients get from hospital to care settings Delivering the right care in the right place at the right time IHSP 2010-2013: Our Plan for Building Better helps them connect with other health-related resources in in the community. It will track patterns of patient referral. Health Care Together makes sense: dollars and cents. the community. The end goal for patients will be that they get the right care, in the right place, at the right time. The Ontario government created 14 regional organizations We recognize that people here also need advice, information Daily Cost of Care in North Simcoe Muskoka – LHINs. They give communities more say in local health and care after hours. Among options are Telehealth Ontario, Working Together to Achieve Better Value $143.62 Long-Term Care Bed care. The LHINs’ role is to plan, integrate and fund local Health Connect, Care Connectors, telemedicine and walk-in/ health services. Their goal is to meet the specific needs and after-hours clinics. The North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN funds a wide range of $155.23 Transitional Care Bed in Retirement Home priorities of their communities. Integrated Health Service Plan 2010 - 2013 ehealth – Going electronic health service providers which spans the entire health care continuum in North Simcoe Muskoka. $180.00 ER Visit The North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN is responsible for making Working Together to Achieve Our residents and resources are spread out in North Simcoe Muskoka. Information technology is a key to helping us keep In 2009/2010, we allocated a total of about $700 million to $240.13 Transitional Care Bed in Hospital local health care delivery more coordinated. They put local health dollars where they are most needed based on these local health system partners: Better Health, Better Care, Better Value connected and win the waiting game. • 7 Hospitals $486.98 Acute Care Bed in Hospital community priorities. That way, residents receive the care they need now and in the future. We need options like the Diabetes Registry, Wait Times • 1 Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) Information System and electronic health records. They will • 38 Community Support Service organizations (CSS) What’s the right place? This Integrated Health Service Plan will guide the LHIN over the next three years. It will help the LHIN to plan • 27 Long-Term Care homes (LTC) • Acute care beds in hospitals – patients needing critical 2009/10 Health Sector Budget as a percentage of total budget and integrate local health services. It will help the LHIN to • 3 Community Health Centres (CHC) care to stabilize urgent conditions. allocate resources responsibly. It is supported by the LHIN’s for North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN • 16 Community Mental Health and Addictions • Transitional care beds – patients in a hospital bed that ongoing long and short-term planning. Over the next three agencies (MH&A). need care while waiting for placement in long-term care, Hospitals (67%) years how the system performs will be closely measured. the community or at home. The LHIN does not directly provide health care services. It To succeed, the plan requires the involvement of all health Community Care • ER – patients needing emergency care and assessment works with health service providers, social and community system partners in making improvements. Access Centre (10%) to determine if they need to be admitted for acute care care providers, together with municipalities and the public. Local Conditions and resources Community or released. It sets priorities, plans, and funds health services delivered Support Services (2%) • Long-term Care (LTC) beds – patients needing The North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN aims to ensure that: in North Simcoe Muskoka. The LHIN provides leadership, Long-Term spurs change, and fosters collaboration among all health long-term care, or short stays to get them well enough • quality care is delivered to meet local needs Care Homes (16%) system partners. Those include health service providers in to go home. • local health care dollars are spent wisely and appropriately the LHIN, plus primary care and public health professionals. • New Solutions – patients needing care at home or in • care is accessible, well coordinated and sustainable. Community Health the community. Centres (1%) To achieve better value it is important to align available Mental Health and health services more closely to the health expectations and Getting it right will make today’s health care dollars provide Addiction Agencies needs of our residents. We must strive to spend our limited better care, better health and better value. (4%) • focusing on controlling costs by improving coordination ChapTer 6 The issue of moving ALC patients to Plan 2010-2013 er/aLC Strategy 12 Integrated Health Service more appropriate care Working Together to Achieve Better Health, Better Care, Better Value North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN Working Together to Achieve Better Health, Better Care, Better Value Integrated Health Service Plan 2010-2013 13 across the continuum of care and by reducing duplication, waste and overuse of services priorities and Strategic settings must be addressed. Otherwise, any strategy to reduce emergency room wait times will fall short. GOal INDIcatOr POPulatION • building capability to integrate health care, public health Directions for the Local how will we achieve this? how do we achieve better health, better care, better value? how will we measure success? Who will benefit? and social care on behalf of the local population. health System Reduce emergency room demand reduce er demand • Fewer eR visits overall • Seniors at risk The Triple AIM Framework puts the patient at the centre of • Fewer patients in the eR who don’t • individuals who experience mental Access to Appropriate Care – Emergency Room / Focus on diverting people from the ER. need to be there health challenges (including addictions) every effort to improve the health system and engages all health system partners in that process. Alternate Level of Care Strategy Start with people who can be better served in other care • Fewer eR visits by seniors due to falls • People with multiple and complex chronic diseases settings. Of those, a few groups need the most intensive ER The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care has set targets • People who have had falls including Changing our health system requires communication, resources. They include seniors at risk and individuals who for how long people should reasonably expect to wait for orthopedic trauma (such as a hip collaboration, coaching, commitment and empowerment. experience mental health challenges (including addictions). fracture) treatment when they come to the ER. For less urgent or less Those tactics enable people to make informed decisions in the They also include people with multiple and complex chronic serious conditions, it should take no longer than four hours build capacity and improve • admitted patients stay in the eR less • health system partners– including way they do things day to day. diseases, and those who’ve had falls, such as a hip fracture. to see an ER physician. In such cases, people usually leave performance within ers than 8 hours hospital staff, physicians, community This framework will equip our health system partners with These are the groups most likely to be admitted from the ER • Patients who require less urgent care care access centres, emergency medical the ER having received the care and treatment needed. to hospital and then be deemed ALC. stay in the eR less than 4 hours. services, community support services, the tools and skills they need to change. It will enable us to More than half of all ER visits in North Simcoe Muskoka are long-term care, and other health service shift from a fragmented system focused on individual services considered not urgent. • Patient satisfaction increases Invest in enhanced community services, collaboration with providers to a smoothly coordinated system centred on the needs of primary care, and integrated systems for service delivery. • Patients coming to the eR and/or For more urgent and serious conditions, admission to a admitted to hospital patients in North Simcoe Muskoka. hospital inpatient bed is required. Patients should reasonably That will enable clinicians to focus more on patients with expect to wait no longer than eight hours in the ER for the Improve bed utilization – allocate • Patients who don’t need to be in a • Seniors at risk Planning Framework for Integrated Health System serious needs in the community. patients to the right levels of care hospital bed represent less than 10% of • Long-term care patients who require treatment and tests needed. However, time spent there is in North Simcoe Muskoka Investments in this area will support: for their conditions the total patient days in hospital care in either home or institutional longer for two reasons. First, more medical investigations • Patients wait less than 60 days for setting • targeting health care users who use the most resources ER HEALTH and interventions to stabilize the patient’s condition may be B ET T placement in a long-term care home • Patients who require convalescent / required. Secondly, there may be a wait for a bed to become • integrated intensive case management teams in • aLc patients stay in hospital less than rehabilitation, or restorative care Integrat 30 days ent ion available before the patient can be moved out of the ER. the community • Patients who require end of life or gem &S ga Wellne • tele-home care to monitor persons with chronic disease palliative care e Establish a baseline for developing this design. tra s Ca r Unfortunately, throughout the province, as well as in North Regional health programs will work across sectors where En sC teg nity • outreach teams, led by nurses, to people in long-term care health care is traditionally delivered. Those include care in Work with health system partners to: ive Simcoe Muskoka, patients are currently waiting much longer ic Fit AR Commu Support E People of than these recommended times. • regional programs about preventing falls the community, primary care, hospital care and long-term • develop shared principles and definitions for how to plan BETTER V North Simcoe R CARE • new partnerships with primary care providerswill we achieve this? Funding how and teams Designing an Integrated Future State of the care. It may also include services beyond those sectors, such Rehab Muskoka an integrated health system About 1 in 5 patients in North Simcoe Muskoka hospitals from different sectors. They will work together through as public health. We will tailor our regional programs to the • identify the main building blocks and determine factors Health System in North Simcoe Muskoka Acco CA ne RE have completed the acute portion of their treatment and Improve how diabetes care is delivered in North Simcoe Muskoka Ill ss C T TE AR E Family Health Teams and Community Health Centres. needs of target groups in our community. Those include that are critical to success unt ALU ilit en could be receiving an alternate level of care in another • education These alliances will develop and/or improveImprove the design of the delivery system for diabetes North Simcoe Muskoka: Our Local priority ab t y& seniors, people with mental health challenges and addictions, BE Perfo gem • understand the current health and health-related services rmance Mana setting. Freeing up these ALC hospital beds would allow E about chronic disease and self-managementcare. Adopt a diabetes integrated model for the local programs in Over the past 3 years, the people in North Simcoe Muskoka and those with specific chronic diseases such as diabetes. We those waiting for admission to be served more quickly. in North Simcoe Muskoka the community. They will also support referrals forsystem. It will enhance self-management practices health patients have shared ideas with their health service providers in will create a common framework to govern and account for and supports across all stages of care. • update the review of the health status of our the LHIN. They’ve explored what an integrated health care these programs. • Improve self-management supports for chronic disease. current population system could be. They made a commitment to work together how will we achieve this? • identify changes in our population and their Create a regional process to identify and refer patients. 16 Integrated Health Service Plan 2010-2013 Working Together to Achieve Better Health, Better Care, Better Value North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN to design a model system Health meets local, regional and Integrated that Service Plan 2010-2013 17 characteristics (e.g., age and gender) projected into North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN For example, Together to Achievewill teach them how to take Value Working to programs that Better Health, Better Care, Better Work with people in the community to develop the plan. provincial needs. the future better care of themselves and prevent complications. Our partners will include: • Develop local diabetes networks, one in each of the five What do residents and health service providers in North • local and regional health service providers • note patterns in how health services are delivered and geographic areas of the North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN. Simcoe Muskoka want? They want a system of coordinated • the public across the five geographic areas in North used across North Simcoe Muskoka. Compare those to • Strengthen partnerships amongst the continuum of care health care services and self-care options. That system Simcoe Muskoka leading health care practices around the world from wellness and prevention to illness care, rehabilitation should keep people healthy and take care of them when they • determine and verify projected population service needs, • those who represent areas that help to determine or affect and supportive care. become ill. It should provide a supportive environment to gaps and overlaps throughout the local health system a person’s health such as housing, employment, education, help them maintain better health through all stages of life. • establish plans to address and improve how we attract and • Support the roll-out of the current Ontario social supports, poverty and physical environments. Diabetes Strategy. Strategy keep human resources in health care We will also explore expertise on health system development • draft plans to create better medical care pathways Improve the quality of diabetes care and how it’s managed in The Integrated Health System Design is a 10-year plan which from around the world. for patients North Simcoe Muskoka will set out short, medium and long-term goals. It will outline • Start using the provincial electronic diabetes registry here what that system will require and how it can be successfully when it’s ready. Urge patients and providers to use it. achieved in North Simcoe Muskoka. The Continuum of Care • Help service providers use common tools, processes, Regional health programs must support the delivery of care and services across the full continuum: The Integrated Health System Design will identify core local education and screening for diabetes. Focus on high-risk services that are required in each of the five geographic areas and isolated groups. Wellness care Illness care rehabilitative care Supportive care in North Simcoe Muskoka. It will specify regional health care and services to help care and services to help care and services to help care and services to help Investments in this area will support: programs across the LHIN. It will also identify the specific people foster the best health return people to the best people regain their strength, people to live with as much services to be included in each program. Those programs by preventing disease or health after a serious bout mobility and independence comfort and the best quality • Expanding and improving integrated diabetes care in limiting its spread once or worsening of chronic of life possible step with other efforts, such as the provincial Diabetes and and their services will each span the continuum of care to established conditions eHealth Strategies, the Chronic Disease Prevention and focus on meeting the projected needs of people here. The Management Framework, along with local projects continuum of care for people ranges from wellness care to reduce ER wait times. to illness care, rehabilitation and supportive care. We will Adapted from “The Family Physician’s Role in a Continuum of Care Framework for Newfoundland and Labrador, a Framework for Primary Care Renewal”. determine specialized care required in our region. As well, we will identify specialized care that needs to be accessed outside of North Simcoe Muskoka. North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN Working Together to Achieve Better Health, Better Care, Better Value Integrated Health Service Plan 2010-2013 21 20 Integrated Health Service Plan 2010-2013 Working Together to Achieve Better Health, Better Care, Better Value North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN
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  • 25. Reports and Magazines How to get to Port Rowan Conference Registration Meals Conference Sessions For more information about Registration Contact Port Rowan is in Norfolk County, close to and Information Desk Registration includes lunch and two The indoor sessions on Friday and accommodations see page 22 or Rosie Kirton Long Point on the north shore of Lake The Conference Registration and refreshment breaks on Friday and Saturday will be held in downtown contact the following: Bird Studies Canada Erie. From Highway 401, near Information Desk will be located in Saturday, as well as box lunch on Port Rowan. There will be up to a 10 PO Box 160 Woodstock, Highway #59 South leads the Community Centre. Sunday. Additional meals* are minute walk between sessions. Please Port Rowan and Long Point Port Rowan, ON N0E 1M0 you directly to Long Point. Follow the Registration Desk Hours available for purchase and include keep this in mind when traveling to Chamber of Commerce Phone: (519) 586-3531 signs to Port Rowan from Highway #59. Thursday 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Friday BBQ dinner, and Saturday sessions during breaks. Limited parking P.O. Box 357, Port Rowan, Toll-free: (888) 448-2473 To get to the Community Centre for Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm banquet/fish fry. is available at each location. Ontario, N0E 1M0 Fax: (519) 586-3532 Registration and Information, follow Saturday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm Phone: 519-586-2201 E-mail: conference@bsc-eoc.org General Information General Information County Road 42 (Front Street), from Sunday 6:00 am – 10:00 am* Meal Locations Parking Email: Highway #59, to College Avenue. The *Field trip registration will occur Friday Parking will be available at the chamber@portrowan-longpoint.org Information Contact Community Centre is on College Avenue. at Bird Studies Canada. Lunch .......................Community Centre Community Centre. There will also be Jennifer BakerSupplement to Seasons Spring 2002 Refreshments ample parking at Bird Studies Canada. Special Requirements Federation of Ontario Naturalists Children ..................Concurrent Session Locations Please note that the facilities that are 355 Lesmill Road to St. Williams Bring the kids along and let them experi- *BBQ dinner................BSC Headquarters Accommodations wheelchair accessible are indicated by Don Mills, ON M3B 2W8 ence Ontario’s southern treasures with Saturday BOOK EARLY! in the brochure. Phone: 416-444-8419, ext. 224 Price Street our children’s program on Saturday. Lunch.........................Community Centre Registrants are responsible for Toll-free: (800) 440-2366 Children aged 5 – 14 can partake in a Refreshments arranging their own accommodations. Two Easy Ways to Register! E-mail: jenniferb@ontarionature.org N wonderful, fun and educational day at ..................Concurrent Session Locations Mail your registration form and Port Rowan Backus Woods Heritage Centre. *Banquet/fish fry .........BSC Headquarters We have also reserved hotel rooms in payment to: College Street Ellis Street Main Street Programs run from 9:00 am until 5:00 Sunday Simcoe at these three hotels: Bird Studies Canada pm and the cost is $15.00, including lunch. The morning session will be Birds Box lunch pick-up ........BSC Headquarters Best Western Little River Inn PO Box 160 Port Rowan, ON Did you receive Carolinian Canada Day, Friday, May 31 Carolinian Canada Day, Friday, May 31 to Tillsonburg and the afternoon session will be Exhibit Hall Phone: 1-800-528-1234 N0E 1M0 an extra brochure? C Conference Details • FRIDAY Conference Details • FRIDAY Port Rowan Keeping Track of Wildlife. Exhibits will be displayed in the new or 519-426-2125 arolinian Canada has proposed the “Big Picture,” which is a bioregional net- Community Centre We tried to reduce Canada we face unique challenges due to Hig BSC Headquarters from 4:00 pm to 8:00 Rates: 1 – 2 persons $82.00 Fax your registration form and credit hw work of natural core areas and connecting habitat links producing a natural the extent of sites’ alteration and the Many core natural areas in Carolinian Rick Pratt, Manager, Canadian Wildlife ay Early-Bird Registration Contest pm on Friday and Saturday. 1 – 4 persons $92.00 card details to: 59 Front Street Register by May 1, 2002, to have your 519-586-3532 duplication but some heritage system that can sustain the full range of plants and animals native to presence of species at risk that require Canada are privately owned and while Resource Management, Canadian name entered to win a ready-to-frame Workshops and Field Trips Comfort Inn this region while it nurtures the health and wealth of our human population. specific attention. How can an ecological many will remain so, efforts to secure Wildlife Service to Long Point approach to site restoration be adapted selected key areas should be a priority. Bob Edmondson, Director of Watershed Robert Bateman print! By registering early Further information on meeting Phone: 1-800-228-5150, Please complete the Workshop and was inevitable. Please Carolinian Canada is the most threatened landscape in Ontario and it will take time, to large scale landscape restoration? How To secure key areas identified in the “Big Management, Conservation Halton you will also be more likely to get your locations will be available at the or 519-426-2611 Field Trip Form on the back of the patience and the sustained efforts of many groups and individuals to realize this goal. can species at risk recovery efforts be Picture system,” we will need a wide first choice of field trips. The draw will Registration Desk. Pre-registration is Rates: 1–4 persons $76.00 and Registration Form. If you do not indi- share extra copies integrated with landscape conservation range of tools. Options to secure land Securement II occur during the banquet on Saturday required for all field trips. Some field under 18 free cate your choices, you will be assigned The Friday, May 31 sessions will be about solutions. We plan to examine the conserva- and restoration? include acquisition, conservation ease- Moderator: Michelle Kanter, night. The 16” x 22” print ‘Heron on the trips involve additional charges. See to a workshop based on availability. with others! Becky Whittman Rocks’ is pictured below. registration form for details. Travelodge Sports tion “toolkit” that is required to bring about the Big Picture vision. Your conference delegate package will include a copy of “Practical ments, management agreements, Nature Conservancy of Canada Conference Registration & Conference Centre Tyler Smith, Royal Botanical Gardens voluntary stewardship and recognition 1:30 – 2:30 pm Options for the Greening of Carolinian Canada” which is a critical survey of present and proposed means and mechanisms for achieving and Confirmation Phone: 1-800-265-8090 Steve Bowcott, Manager, Species at Risk programs and even public education. a significant increase in the size and quality of natural areas in Carolinian Canada (also available as of May 1 at www.carolinian.org). project, Ministry of Natural Resources Governments and private conservation Please complete the conference registra- or 519-426-4751 tion form and return it to the address Rates: 1 person $85.00, add $5.00 Our expert speakers will share their knowledge of some specific actions that can be employed to secure a healthy future. Securement I groups have increasingly been working indicated on the form. Confirmation and for each additional person. Ecological Monitoring Moderator: Andrea Kettle, Federation together to secure conservation lands. directions will be sent to you upon Moderator: Alice Casselman, of Ontario Naturalists Ontario Parks Legacy 2000 and the new receipt. Confirmation forms will not be Book rooms and register early! WELCOME TO TAKING FLIGHT: cate for nature though the Living Legacy “That depends a good deal on where Association for Canadian 10:30 am – 12:00 pm Ecological Land Acquisition Program are mailed for registrations received after FROM THE HEART OF CAROLINIAN process and the Oak Ridges Moraine you want to get to,” said the cat. Educational Resources examples of this cooperation. While May 1, 2002. CANADA debate. In both instances his patient and “I don’t much care where,” said Alice 3:00 – 4:00 pm Public agencies have a long history of public lands like Provincial Parks are a Jim Faught, Federation of Ontario pragmatic approach has yielded great “Then it doesn’t matter which way you acquiring land to protect habitat and small part of Carolinian Canada, they An administrative fee of $25.00 will Naturalists gains for the environment. walk,” said the cat. The restoration of Carolinian Canada will using a variety of stewardship tech- contain many of the most important 8:50 – 9:00 am —Lewis Carroll take generations of effort. Over this time niques. The Canadian Wildlife Service, natural areas. These public lands are core © Robert Bateman apply to each cancellation received on Community Centre Concurrent or before May 1, 2002. There will be no In Carolinian Canada, conservation of we need to improve our conservation and Environment Canada, now has new areas in the “Big Picture” vision and park refunds for cancellations received after existing natural areas is not adequate to restoration approaches to incorporate new Species-at-Risk legislation to support managers are increasingly involved in Cover photograph: Ron Ridout Morning Plenary Session: A Vision Sessions May 1, 2002. All cancellation requests reverse declines in ecological health. knowledge. Effective monitoring is critical action, as well as other tools such as landscape conservation to maintain park must be received in writing. for Conserving and Restoring Bioregional planning using sophisticated to adapt our programs. The presentations National Wildlife Areas, eco-gifts and integrity. Protected public lands are Roy Smith (above) Carolinian Ecosystems computer modeling can identify will examine the federal and provincial habitat stewardship. How will these be increasingly complemented by private Moderator: Paul Smith, Chair, Conservation Science (A) irreplaceable features of our landscape role in monitoring and the importance of used to best advantage to conserve conservation lands held by naturalist Logo and programme design by CallejaDesign.com Carolinian Canada Coalition Community Fellowship Hall and also the best bets for restoration to environmental non-government organiza- Carolinian wildlife? clubs and land trusts. How are key Keynote Speaker: Ric Symmes connect, enlarge and protect the existing tions in providing an independent Carolinian habitats assessed for priority Ron Ridout (left); Jim Flynn (above) 9:00 – 10:00 am Conservation ecology has shown us the core areas. How do these bioregional viewpoint. How are Carolinian ecosys- Ontario’s Conservation Authorities in land securement currently? How can Community Centre need for regions like the Carolinian zone models improve on existing techniques tems being monitored now? How will we have been cornerstones of habitat conservation programs adapt to better 2 TAKING FLIGHT: From the Heart of Carolinian Canada May 31 to June 2, 2002 • Port Rowan • Ontario 3 to have systems of large, unfragmented, for natural heritage planning? How can know if ecological health improves? conservation for over 50 years and secure key Carolinian habitats? The Carolinian zone is Ontario’s most high quality habitat areas linked to other these tools be used at the regional and own or regulate many key Carolinian threatened natural region and needs a bold such areas by habitat corridors. This local level? Trevor Kellar, Manager, Inventory, habitats. Current constraints offer many Adair Ireland-Smith, strategy to reverse the trends of declining approach is embodied in the “Big Picture” Management and Assessment Review challenges to Authorities in acquiring Director, Ontario Parks ecological health. The Carolinian Canada core and corridor proposals. The three John Riley, Director of Conservation project, Ministry of Natural Resources land, assisting landowners and in other Chris Baines, Land Securement Coalition has developed a set of options sessions within this theme address the Science, Nature Conservancy of Canada Hague Vaughan, Ph.D. Ecological programs. How have Authorities adapt- Coordinator, Ontario Nature Trust aimed at conserving and restoring questions: “How do we establish ecologi- Madeline Austen, Restoration Programs Monitoring and Assessment Network, ed, and what improvements would best Assistance Program Carolinian ecosystems. Ric Symmes will cal restoration goals?”, “How do we Officer, Environment Canada Environment Canada assist their work in land securement and present the key elements of the discussion implement these goals?”, and “How do we Kevin Kavanagh, World Wildlife other programs? paper “Practical Options for the Greening know if we are being successful?” Restoration Science Fund Canada of Carolinian Canada” and challenge the Moderator: John Ambrose, Canadian audience to discuss and improve these Bioregional Planning Botanical Association Securing A Legacy (B) proposals in today’s concurrent sessions. Moderator: Bill Stephenson, 1:30 – 2:30 pm Masonic Hall Parks Canada Ric Symmes will be well known to most 10:30 – 12:00 pm While bioregional planning identifies “What your father can hardly remember, participants; he has been both the Chair conservation priorities across a large you will not miss. What you now take for of Carolinian Canada and Executive “Cheshire Puss, would you tell landscape, the real work of restoring granted, or what is slowly disappearing, Mary Gartshore Director of the Federation of Ontario me, please, which way I ought to walk and conserving natural heritage takes your children, not having known, cannot Naturalists. Ric has also been an advo- from here?” place hectare by hectare. In Carolinian lament”—D.F Kozlovsky . 8 TAKING FLIGHT: From the Heart of Carolinian Canada May 31 to June 2, 2002 • Port Rowan • Ontario 9
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