Tag: Care to Chat

Care to Chat: Season 12 sponsorship prospectus released

Want to be a part of BC Care Providers Association’s (BCCPA) high-profile speaker series? BCCPA is pleased to announce the sponsorship prospectus for our 12th Season of Care to Chat. Care to Chat brings together Canada’s top opinion leaders and experts for engaging dialogue on important and emerging issues faced by British Columbia’s seniors living and […]

Eleventh season of Care to Chat wraps up with transitions in care

Last week, BC Care Providers Association (BCCPA) and EngAge BC wrapped up its eleventh season of Care to Chat with Bridging the Gaps: Enhancing Transitions in Elder Care. Moderated by the Association’s very own CEO, Terry Lake, the conversation brought together a diverse panel of experts from across various sectors for a crucial dialogue about […]

Register for Care to Chat: Bridging the Gaps — Enhancing Transitions in Elder Care

Join us on Thursday, April 18th at the Terminal City Club in Vancouver for an insightful panel discussion on Bridging the Gaps: Enhancing Transitions in Elder Care. This event will shed light on the critical need for improved transitions in care for older adults as they move between community settings, acute care hospitals, and seniors care […]

Care to Chat Wrap Up: Cultivating dementia-friendly communities and care

Last month, we held our sold-out Care to Chat titled Cultivating Compassionate Communities: Best Practices in Caring for People Living with Dementia. Our esteemed panelists brought invaluable insights and strategies aimed at enhancing the quality of life for individuals living with dementia. The discussion was not only enlightening, but also deeply touching and personal for […]

Care to Chat: Hear from Elroy Jespersen, co-founder of the first dementia village in Canada

On February 20th, join us for a moving dialogue on dementia-friendly communities featuring esteemed panelists like Elroy Jespersen, who opened the Village Langley under Verve Senior Living – the first dementia village in Canada. In 1989, Elroy shifted careers from Community Recreation to working in seniors care as a general manager with Diversicare (now Verve […]