12:00 pm – 1:00pm ET
Isolation, as well as economic and social factors, can have a negative impact on physical and mental health. The number of people suffering from mental illnesses is continually growing, and many of them live among us in condos. Join our webinar to learn about what you can do as a manager/owner and how you can help your residents to cope with mental issues.
During this webinar we will cover the following topics:
- Older people being abandoned in their condos
- Caregivers who take advantage of the isolated
- Condominiums that do not manage barriers effectively
- The costs of managing barriers
- How to deal with a corpse?
- Who has the power of attorneys?
- Who do we talk to when there is a death?
- What happens if someone cannot care for themselves but has no one else?
- How do we deal cost effectively with compliance issues if mental health issues are getting in the way?
Additional Mental Heath Resource Links
- Healthcare Programs & Services -Baycrest: https://www.baycrest.org/Baycrest/Healthcare-Programs-Services
- Seniors Support Program - Baycrest: https://www.baycrest.org/Baycrest/Healthcare-Programs-Services/Programs/Seniors-Support-Program
- Canadian Mental Health Association https://cmhahamilton.ca/
- Unwilling to Seek Help Situation: https://www.camh.ca/en/health-info/guides-and-publications/when-a-family-member-is-unwilling-to-seek-help
- Hoarding Disorder
- Mental Health Commission of Canada https://www.mhfa.ca/
- Bounce Back Ontario www.bouncebackontario.ca
- Mind Beacon www.mindbeacon.com
- Dementia Online info; https://www.alz.org/help-support/resources/care-education-resources
Patricia Elia, B. Comm. LL.B., A.T. Coach
The Canadian Condominium Institute is a non for profit organization that has been dedicated to condominium director education for more that 35 years. Patricia Elia is a senior lawyer with Elia Associates and has practiced condominium law and corporate law for over 25 years. Patricia has been a member of CCI Toronto for over ten years and she has been a unit owner and Condominium Director for the last 19 years in both a multistorey and townhouse condominiums in Toronto. As an active industry participant, she knows that the sharing of knowledge has the potential to empower everyone. Patricia has volunteered with CCI in a variety of roles, including being the Co-Chair of CCI’s National Council, Vice Chair of the National Government Relations Committee and currently sitting as a member of CCI National Executive. Patricia is pleased to have been a recipient of the CCI National Volunteer Award and to have received CCI National’s LCCI designation as a leader of the Canadian Condominium Institute. Patricia is passionate about the condominium industry because of the important role condominiums play in the lives of real people and is pleased to work with CCI in its role as an advocate and educator in the condominium industry.
Michelle Joy, RCM, BA
Michelle is Executive Director of Condominium Management in the Hamilton office supervising and training staff. She has been working in the condominium industry since 2013 and achieved the designation of Registered Condominium Manager (RCM) with the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO) in 2017. Michelle is actively involved in the condominium industry and has participated as a speaker at CCI events, volunteered on CCI committees and written articles for Wilson Blanchard’s Condo Connection.
Free to Members and Non-Members.
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$250.00 + Tax (13%) - per CondoTalk
$1,000.00 + Tax (13%) - for all five (5) CondoTalk Sessions