Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) Toolkit Registration

BSO team members are welcomed to register using the registration form.

The BSO Provincial Toolkit is a collection of practical tools and resources for all BSO team members to utilize as they support older adults with, or at risk of, responsive behaviours/personal expressions. The BSO Provincial Toolkit is intended for BSO team members only and is password protected.
 
If you are already signed up to use the BSO Provincial Toolkit, login now. If you have forgotten your existing username and/or password, use the "forgot password?" link located below the login form.  Have any questions? Contact us.
 
By registering to use the BSO Provincial Toolkit, you acknowledge and accept the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy for this site and consent to receiving email communication from brainXchange and the BSO Provincial Coordinating Office. The BSO Provincial Toolkit online space is monitored and membership is regularly reviewed. Access to users from outside of the BSO community will be discontinued.

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BSO Toolkit Sign-Up Instructions

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