Thanks to you, patients and residents receive exemplary care. And thanks to you, research and innovation are flourishing, and knowledge exchange is inspiring the next generation of healthcare professionals and scientists.
Here are just a few ways that funds are put to use:
New beds for hospital patients
Special bathtubs for the long-term care home
Research to map the brain, identify helpful therapies and interventions
Support groups for family caregivers
Training courses for nurses
Treatment for people with MS and Parkinson’s disease
Therapy for mental health patients
Concerts to improve quality of life for residents
Development of memory aids
Telemedicine for homebound patients
Specialized lifts to provide dental care for frail clients in wheelchairs
At Baycrest, care intersects with research, education and innovation. These connections allow Baycrest to offer an exceptional experience to clients while helping to define the future of brain health and aging.
Baycrest provides an exemplary care experience that encompasses a hospital, clinics, long-term care home, residents and community-based programs.
The Rotman Research Institute is a premier international centre for the study of aging and human brain function, making Baycrest one of the most research-intensive hospitals in Canada.
The Centre for Aging and Brain Health Innovation, located at Baycrest, is accelerating the development, testing and dissemination of innovative solutions to the challenges of aging.
Fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, our education programs are shaping the future of geriatric healthcare. We collaborate with more than 50 healthcare and educational institutions worldwide.
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