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June 23, 2021

Thank You Arjo Canada

Arjo Canada has been a long-time member of AdvantAge Ontario for more than three decades. The company has not only had a long-standing preferred pricing program for our members but also been the exclusive sponsor of our Administrator Leadership Progr

Arjo Canada has been a long-time member of AdvantAge Ontario for more than three decades. The company has not only had a long-standing preferred pricing program for our members but also been the exclusive sponsor of our Administrator Leadership Program, helping to train and educate future leaders in long-term care.

We are proud to continue our Corporate Partnership with Arjo Canada this year, and we appreciate their ongoing support to our not-for-profit long-term care, housing and community service members.

Thank you to the Arjo team!







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June 23, 2021

Thank You Arjo Canada

Arjo Canada has been a long-time member of AdvantAge Ontario for more than three decades. The company has not only had a long-standing preferred pricing program for our members but also been the exclusive sponsor of our Administrator Leadership Progr
AdvantAge Ontario News,News Releases
May 21, 2021

Connie Lacy Elected Chair of the AdvantAge Ontario Board of Directors

The AdvantAge Ontario Board of Directors is pleased to announce the election of Constance (Connie) Lacy as Chair. Connie Lacy is the Director of Seniors’ Services for the Region of Waterloo, where she is responsible for long-term care, seniors’ supp
News Releases
April 30, 2021

AdvantAge Ontario Welcomes Final Report from Ontario’s Independent LTC COVID-19 Commission

AdvantAge Ontario, the Association representing Ontario’s not-for-profit, municipal and charitable long-term care homes, welcomes today’s final report from Ontario’s Independent Long-Term Care COVID-19 Commission.
News Releases
March 24, 2021

Statement March 2021

Lisa Levin, CEO of AdvantAge Ontario, released the following statement on the Ontario government’s 2021 Provincial Budget.
Letters to the Editor
January 14, 2021

Re: Campaign to fix LTC (January 13, 2021)

I am writing on behalf of AdvantAge Ontario in response to the launch of your recent campaign to encourage Toronto Star readers to sign an open letter calling for urgent action to fix the province’s failing long-term care (LTC) system.
News Releases
December 17, 2020

Statement

Lisa Levin, CEO of AdvantAge Ontario, released the following statement related to the Ontario government’s release today of its Staffing Plan: A Better Place to Live; A Better Place to Work.
News Releases
November 3, 2020

“First of its Kind” Research on the Practice and Promise of Seniors’ Campuses of Care

At a time when there has never been a greater urgency to find better ways to maintain the health, well-being and safety of vulnerable seniors, newly released research from AdvantAge Ontario highlights a “made in Ontario” model that has been operating
News Releases
November 2, 2020

High Praise for Concrete Action to Address Understaffing in Long-Term Care Homes

Today’s announcement by the Ontario government that it plans to fund an average of four hours of care is tremendous news for current and future seniors living in the province’s long-term care homes.
Members in the News
September 11, 2020

Valley Manor Rebuilds

Member home Valley Manor was visited by Minister of Long-Term Care Merrilee Fullerton in early September as she shared news of the Ministry's updated development funding model. Valley Manor will now receive an added $4.3M to construct, plus a $250K u
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