AdvantAge Ontario | Home

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.
February 6, 2019

New Strategic Plan

Igniting Change, the Association’s new five-year strategic plan, builds on our century of experience and expertise and helps us to lead the change that the senior care sector needs.

Igniting Change, the Association’s new five-year strategic plan, builds on our century of experience and expertise and helps us to lead the change that the senior care sector needs. Guided by three strategic directions, our plan envisions a future for our Association that is bold and ambitious. This plan will see us lead with a collective voice, empower our vibrant membership, and support our dynamic team. Read more.

 

 

Members in the News
March 12, 2019

Long-time gardener celebrates 99th birthday

Ella Fudge celebrated her 99th birthday with family and friends Sunday at Eastholme Home for the Aged in Powassan.
Members in the News
March 6, 2019

Adult day programs expanding in Lambton County

The County of Lambton is now offering adult day programs six days a week at Marshall Gowland Manor and Lambton Meadowview Villa.
Members in the News
March 4, 2019

Lambton adult programs get permanent boost from LHIN

An annual $50,000 bump to funding for adult day programs in Lambton County will allow a pair of programs to expand by one day each, as part of a province-wide effort to support people living with dementia.
Members in the News
March 4, 2019

Renfrew, Arnprior hospital leaders support People’s Health Care Act

Advocacy groups are sounding the alarm over the Doug Ford government’s health care changes, but hospital leaders in Renfrew and Arnprior are optimistic with the direction taken by the Ministry of Health.
Members in the News
March 1, 2019

Innisfil council approves Tollendale Village 2 application

Innisfil council voted unanimously to approve applications to allow Tollendale Village 2 to proceed at their Feb. 27 meeting.
MemberLead,PublicLead
February 27, 2019

New Media Relations Toolbox Now Available

The first episode of our new Media Relations Toolbox video series for full members is now available. “What to do when the media spotlight is on your home” looks at how to tell if you are dealing with a crisis or an issue, the dos and don'ts ...
Members in the News
February 15, 2019

Foyer Richelieu making progress with fundraising campaign

The team behind a fundraising campaign in support of a major expansion at Foyer Richelieu has already made a $2-million dent in its effort.
Members in the News
February 15, 2019

College partnership to address PSW shortage in the Sault

Sault College, the F.J. Davey Home and the Sault Community Career Centre have entered a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on increasing the number of Personal Support Workers (PSW) in the Sault through local and international student recruit
MemberLead,PublicLead
February 6, 2019

New Strategic Plan

Igniting Change, the Association’s new five-year strategic plan, builds on our century of experience and expertise and helps us to lead the change that the senior care sector needs.
Members in the News
February 4, 2019

Dilico Anishinabek Family Care: Long term care news

Through the voices of our people within the Robinson Superior Treaty area and guidance from our Elder’s Advisory Committee, Dilico embarked on developing an Indigenous Long Term Care facility.