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AdvantAge Ontario is the trusted voice for senior care. We are community-based, not-for-profit organizations dedicated to supporting the best possible aging experience.
January 15, 2018

Now accepting registrations for June Administrator Leadership Program

The AdvantAge Ontario Administrator Leadership Program will expand your professional knowledge, enhance your leadership capabilities, and prepare you for future opportunities.

The AdvantAge Ontario Administrator Leadership Program will expand your professional knowledge, enhance your leadership capabilities, and prepare you for future opportunities. We’re now accepting applications for the June 3-8 session. Learn more

 

 

 


 

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The Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Federal Minister of Health; Dr. Frances-Morton Chang; Dan Buchanan, Director of Financial Policy, AdvantAge Ontario

 

MemberLead,PublicLead
January 15, 2018

Now accepting registrations for June Administrator Leadership Program

The AdvantAge Ontario Administrator Leadership Program will expand your professional knowledge, enhance your leadership capabilities, and prepare you for future opportunities.
December 24, 2017

Puppets and Grade 3 students bring seniors’ stories to life at Fairhaven in Peterborough

In these days of animation, you might think that Ferdinand and The Boss Baby might be so compelling as to totally shut out other more traditional forms of children's entertainment.
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December 22, 2017

Join Us at Convention April 16-18

Join us again in 2018 for an all-new roster of inspiring keynotes, education, and networking. Visit us at advancingseniorcare.ca.
AdvantAge Ontario News
December 13, 2017

Belmont House celebrates 165 years of caring

Toronto Mayor John Tory stopped by member home Belmont House to dedicate an anniversary mosaic cross made in recognition of the home’s 165th anniversary and Canada’s 150th Birthday.
AdvantAge Ontario News
December 8, 2017

Crisis in care: The long-term care system is failing our most vulnerable ...

“If I stood up and said ‘Who wants to live out their life in a long-term care facility?’ no hands go up,” said Robert Morton, interim head of AdvantAge Ontario, which represents non-profit long-term care homes in Ontario.