Join the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation (CLRI) in Long-Term Care as they share how they are contributing toward enhancing quality of care through education, research, innovation, evidence-based service delivery and knowledge transfer. This interactive session will begin with the Baycrest CLRI equipping your team with an educational resource to support a collaborative, non-pharmacological approach to caring for residents with responsive behaviours. The next segment will allow delegates to experience a condensed version of one of the Excellence in Resident-Centred Care (ERCC) course modules, developed by the Schlegel CLRI in partnership with Conestoga College. Finally, the Bruyère CLRI will provide tips for homes to assess if requests to participate in research and innovation projects will advance their mandates. Delegates will explore how homes can work with researchers to jointly develop and conduct research for the benefit of the home and the sector.