Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) provides behavioural health care services for older adults in Ontario with, or at risk of,  responsive behaviours/personal expressions associated with dementia, complex mental health, substance use and/or other neurological conditions.

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Behavioural Supports Ontario Indigenous Land Acknowledgement Guiding Framework

The purpose of this document is to provide guidance on the incorporation of land acknowledgements into knowledge and capacity-building events and meetings hosted by, or in collaboration with, BSO.

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Acute Care

Behavioural Supports in Acute Care: Current Practices and Opportunities for Growth Survey Results & Key Recommendations

The BSO Acute Care Collaborative survey results and recommendations are to inform future planning on how best to provide person and family-partnered behavioural support within acute care hospitals.

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My Transitional Care Plan during the COVID-19 Pandemic (MTCP-C19)

This transitional care plan can be utilized to help communicate the needs, preferences and individualized strategies to optimize seamless care transitions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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PCL eCourse: For Team Members

PCL eCourse: For Team Members

Learn what person-centred language is and why it is important when supporting residents. Explore the four Commitment Statements designed to promote its use in long-term care home environments.

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