Wednesday, November 20, 2019
Ontario Hospital Association (OHA), Toronto
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
A strong regulatory compliance program not only leads to positive inspection results, it serves as a quality improvement project that enhances the lives of long term care residents.
Get an in-depth look at the essential components of an effective compliance program and what inspectors are concerned with when they assess your home. You’ll hear how fellow AdvantAge Ontario members built their own successful programs targeting key areas and how to apply their experience to support and sustain a program at your organization.
Come to this session to:
- Increase your knowledge of the operational requirements and enforcement protocols related to Ontario’s Long-Term Care Homes Act and regulations.
- Familiarize yourself with the most common compliance challenges for LTC homes, how to address them and integrate compliance into your home’s everyday practice.
- Connect with members who have successfully implemented compliance programs in care planning, falls prevention, skin and wound care, and resident satisfaction.
- Learn and connect with members who have implemented successful compliance programs in care planning, falls prevention, skin and wound care, and resident satisfaction.
We encourage you to share the details of this workshop with other people in your organization who may benefit from attending.
Soo Ching Kikuta, Director, Resident Care & Services, City of Toronto Long-Term Care Homes & Services (facilitator);
Cindy Bourgault, Manager of Clinical Practice, Senior Services, Community Services, Regional Municipality of Niagara;
Kate Brubacher, RAI Coordinator, Wellington Terrace Long Term Care Home;
Kelley Krieger, RAI Coordinator, Wellington Terrace Long Term Care Home