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June 18, 2020

Celebrating Seniors' Month

AdvantAge Ontario is celebrating the theme for Seniors' Month -- Stay Safe, Stay in Touch -- with residents at our member long-term care homes.

In honour of June being Seniors' Month, AdvantAge Ontario is celebrating this year's theme -- Stay Safe, Stay in Touch -- with residents at our member long-term care homes. Residents are sharing good news about their lives in long-term care and showing appreciation for community and staff. Follow us on our Association's LinkedIn channel to hear what residents have to say.

News Releases
July 29, 2020

AdvantAge Ontario Encouraged that LTC Commission Work Won’t Delay Immediate Government Action

The work of the province’s Long-Term Care Commission announced today will be vital to preparing and protecting residents from any future outbreaks. But equally important and encouraging is that the government is not planning on waiting for the Commis
News Releases
July 15, 2020

AdvantAge Ontario Welcomes Enhanced Funding for Long-Term Care Development

AdvantAge Ontario welcomes today’s announcement by the Ministry of Long-Term Care (MOLTC) to modernize the Long-Term Care Development Program. This revised program supports the Association’s call for operators to access additional construction fundin
Members in the News
July 10, 2020

Five women perform for residents at Niagara seniors homes

During the pandemic, Laurie Gunton has focused her attention to bringing smiles and joy to the residents and staff at long-term-care homes across Niagara.
Members in the News
July 7, 2020

No active COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care, retirement homes in Waterloo region

For the first time in months, there are no COVID-19 outbreaks at long-term care and retirement homes in Waterloo region.
Members in the News
July 6, 2020

Outdoor visits resume at Huron Lodge

Residents of the Huron Lodge long-term care home can once again visit with family members outside after subsequent testing of a staff member came up negative for COVID-19.
Members in the News
June 24, 2020

What did these nursing homes do right during COVID-19?

Shepherd Village is a seniors’ community of about 900 residents in Scarborough. Since the virus was first detected in Canada, all but two staff members have tested negative at the home.
Members in the News
June 23, 2020

Grey County long-term care begins outdoor visits

Residents in long-term care in Grey County can now visit with family members face-to-face, from a distance.
Members in the News
June 22, 2020

Pioneer Manor visits reunite loved ones

On Monday, Nick Ingriselli was one of the first visitors at Pioneer Manor, as the home began facilitating outdoor visits
Members in the News
June 18, 2020

Ottawa hosts 'garden visits' for residents at two municipal-run long-term care homes

The City of Ottawa has begun hosting "garden visits" for family and friends with loved ones at two municipal-run long-term care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MemberLead,PublicLead
June 18, 2020

Celebrating Seniors' Month

AdvantAge Ontario is celebrating the theme for Seniors' Month -- Stay Safe, Stay in Touch -- with residents at our member long-term care homes.