LTC Inspections and Compliance - A Hands-on Learning Opportunity


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Monday, November 27, 2023
8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Venu Event Space,
2800 Hwy 7, Vaughan, ON L4K 1W8

$299 for Members
$410 for Non Members

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Homes need in-depth, practical knowledge to be properly prepared for enhanced inspection provisions under the Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 (FLTCA). 
Don’t miss this unique and critical education opportunity – our first full-day, hands-on workshop on the topic. 

Learn to apply your understanding of the Act to real-life scenarios specific to Ministry of Long-Term Care inspections. Our expert speakers will leave you feeling empowered and ready to navigate potential challenges while our in-person learning environment will facilitate networking so you will always have another member home to call when faced with inspection-related questions.

This learning opportunity will cover:

< The differences between the FLTCA’s inspection guides, the Long-Term Care Homes Act’s inspection protocols and how to use the current tools.
< Preparing for a proactive inspection, using interactive learning.
< Leading compliance issues (through written notifications and compliance orders) and remedies.
< How to appeal compliance orders. 

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Explore the Sessions and Speakers!
Mary Nestor, Principal, MKN Consulting
David Marriott, Administrator, Better Living at Thompson House
Christine Normandeau, Executive Director, Parkwood Seniors Community
Heather Congdon, Executive Director, Fairview Mennonite Homes 
Amy Porteous, Chief Executive Officer, Maxville Manor
Lisa Garratt, Manager, Professional Practice, County of Simcoe
Soo Ching Kukuta, Director, Resident Care, and Services, Seniors Services and Long-Term Care, City of Toronto
Megan Garland, Director, Long Term Care and Senior Services, County of Bruce

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Mary Nestor, Principal, MKN Consulting

Mary has over 35 years’ experience in the field of seniors’ care and services in both government and the private sector.  Throughout her career, she has held executive and senior leadership positions with varied portfolios focused on seniors’ care and services involving long-term care home regulatory oversight (compliance and enforcement), strategic and operational policy development, privacy, corporate and crisis communications, and government relations.  She has also served on numerous long-term care sector and government Committees, workgroups and expert panels. Mary retired from the Ontario Public Service a few years ago and provides consulting services to the long-term care home sector. She is currently Chair of the Board of Directors, Ontario Association of Residents’ Councils (OARC); and a Member of the Advisory Board of Sheridan College’s Centre for Elder Research.
 
David Marriott, Administrator, Better Living at Thompson House
 
Christine Normandeau, Executive Director, Parkwood Seniors Community
 
Amy Porteous, Chief Executive Officer, Maxville Manor
 
Lisa Garratt, Manager, Professional Practice, County of Simcoe
 
Soo Ching Kukuta, Director, Resident Care, and Services, Seniors Services and Long-Term Care, City of Toronto
 
Megan Garland, Director, Long Term Care and Senior Services, County of Bruce

 
Heather Congdon, Executive Director, Fairview Mennonite Homes
  
Heather Congdon started at Fairview in 2012 as the summer student and progressed to key roles with increasing responsibility, motivated by the faith-based values, culture of kindness and non-profit aspect of Fairview.

In June 2021, Heather completed her Long-Term Care Administrator Certification. She was promoted to Executive Director of Fairview Mennonite Homes in September 2022. 

Led by her passion for affordable seniors housing, Heather has volunteered on the board of a Cooperative housing property for the last six years. She also participates on a monthly Region of Waterloo review committee, where her expertise in housing helps identify solutions for other tenants and landlords in the Region.