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Community Education Team

Carole Beauvais, RN, MSc, MBA, CHE
Executive Lead

Carole is a healthcare executive with extensive working experience in the Ontario healthcare system, including community, homecare, acute care as well as more than 12 years as a funder for regional and provincial diabetes services.

Some of her accomplishments include leading the visioning, development and implementation of innovative provincial and regional models of care in partnership and collaboration with key stakeholders. As a leader, she has a solid track record for driving organizational and operational performance to continuously enhance the quality of services provided to the people we serve.

Carole is a Registered Nurse and holds a Master in Clinical Health Sciences, a Master in Business Administration and is a Certified Health Executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders.

 


 

Taryn Bolt, OT Reg. (Ont.)
Community Education Lead 

Taryn Bolt joined the Mississauga Halton LHIN Regional Learning Centre in January 2015, and brings several years of clinical experience in the community to her role as an educator.

As a registered occupational therapist she previously worked with a CCAC contracted agency where she provided education and therapy services to a diverse range of clients and caregivers in the community. Most recently, she was a Psychogeriatric Resource Consultant with the Alzheimer Society of Peel.  

Taryn’s educational background includes a Bachelor of English and Psychology, and a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Toronto. She recently completed the Geriatric Certificate from McMaster University. 

 


 

Sandi Robinson, MSW RSW
Community Educator 

Sandi Robinson joined the Mississsaug Halton LHIN Regional Learning Centre in February 2017 and brings her passion for working with family caregivers to this position. Sandi has previously worked in a community health care agency, where she was responsible for the support and education of family caregivers of persons with dementia. She also wrote the “Halton Dementia Guide for Caregivers”

Sandi has also been involved in caregiver advocacy at the provincial level, through Health Quality Ontario and the Ontario Caregiver Coalition. Her background includes a Master of Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University. Sandi was nominated for a 2017 “Service Award for Geriatric Excellence, in recognition of exemplary service and outstanding contributions to the health, independence and quality of life of seniors.”

 


 

Tanya Tazbaz, RN, BScN, MEd.
Community Educator 

Tanya Tazbaz joined the Mississauga Halton LHIN Regional Learning Centre  in July 2017.  As a registered nurse, Tanya is passionate about healthcare education and is eager to share her knowledge and experiences to help support caregivers in the community to provide quality care for their clients. 

Tanya’s previous employers include The Hospital for Sick Children, Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, and Credit Valley Hospital where she sought to provide exceptional educational support for patients, families and staff. Prior to coming to the RLC, Tanya worked at The College of Nurses of Ontario as a Program Approval consultant where she evaluated nursing education programs using standardized tools and processes.

Tanya’s educational background includes a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing and a Master’s Degree in Adult Education from the University of Toronto.

 


 

Dayo Atilola, RN, BN, BSc.
Community Educator 

Dayo joined the Mississauga Halton LHIN Regional Learning Centre team in July 2017 and brings his public health knowledge and clinical expertise to this position.

As a Registered Nurse, Dayo has clinical experience from hospitals in Toronto including St. Michael’s, Sunnybrook, and Mount Sinai Hospital. His educational background, with degrees in Biological Science, as well as Bachelor of Nursing, demonstrates his evidence-informed approach to decision making within the field of health science. 

Dayo is an enthusiastic leader within the community and has partnered with school boards to develop and deliver health promotion and wellness projects for both staff and students of the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). As a committee member for the Registered Nurses' Association (RNAO), formerly known as the Men In Nursing Interest Group (MINIG), he has facilitated at educational nursing conferences and presented at community events.