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April 10, 2018

Party Reps Confirmed for April 23 Election Forum

Minister Dipika Damerla and MPPs Bill Walker, Teresa Armstrong, and Valerie Powell are the confirmed guests for the 2018 Election Forum: Advancing Senior Care in Toronto. To register by the April 16 deadline, visit seniorforum2018.squarespace.com.

Minister Dipika Damerla and MPPs Bill Walker, Teresa Armstrong, and Valerie Powell are the confirmed guests for the 2018 Election Forum: Advancing Senior Care in Toronto. To register by the April 16 deadline, visit seniorforum2018.squarespace.com.

André Picard, Globe and Mail health reporter, will host the discussion to hear from each representative how their party will address the future care and service needs of Ontario’s seniors.

This event will be co-hosted with AdvantAge Ontario and other organizations representing seniors and care providers: Family Councils Ontario, Home Care Ontario, Ontario Association of Residents’ Councils, Ontario Caregiver Coalition, Ontario Community Support Association, Ontario Long Term Care Association, and Ontario Retirement Communities Association.


 

L to R:

The Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Federal Minister of Health; Dr. Frances-Morton Chang; Dan Buchanan, Director of Financial Policy, AdvantAge Ontario

 

MemberLead,PublicLead
April 10, 2018

Party Reps Confirmed for April 23 Election Forum

Minister Dipika Damerla and MPPs Bill Walker, Teresa Armstrong, and Valerie Powell are the confirmed guests for the 2018 Election Forum: Advancing Senior Care in Toronto. To register by the April 16 deadline, visit seniorforum2018.squarespace.com.
Members in the News
April 9, 2018

Funds boost accessibility at Peterborough retirement home

John Gray of the St. Joseph's at Fleming resident council is looking forward to being able to go from balcony to balcony to take care of his dear plants, thanks to funding from the federal Enabling Accessibility Fund revealed Monday.
Members in the News
April 5, 2018

Thomson financial donates bus to Cassellholme

Freedom is something that should never be taken for granted just ask Francine Therrien.
Members in the News
April 5, 2018

NOTL seniors home to be expanded by at least 81 beds

A Niagara-on-the-Lake retirement home will more than double in size, after being among the first long term care homes in Niagara to be awarded a share of new provincial funding announced during last week's provincial budget.
Members in the News
April 3, 2018

Strong show of support for Ritz Lutheran Villa’s plans

The show of support was small in numbers but large in scope for the re-development of the Ritz Lutheran Villa during a public meeting held last Tuesday, March 27 at the Mitchell & District Community Centre.
News Releases
March 28, 2018

Provincial Budget: Once-in-a-Generation Investment for Seniors

Much awaited details on funding to support the government’s commitments in its Aging with Confidence: Ontario’s Action Plan for Seniors were unveiled in today’s provincial budget.
Members in the News
March 27, 2018

Special bike takes dementia patients down memory lane

The Glebe Centre long-term care facility is using a special bike to help residents explore their hometowns and countries they've travelled without leaving the building.
Members in the News
March 22, 2018

‘Living classroom’ program launched to address shortage of PSWs in Dryden

Confederation College alongside healthcare partners District of Kenora Home for the Aged (DKH), Patricia Region Senior Services Inc. (PRSS) and ParaMed, announced the introduction of an innovative curriculum delivery model to the Dryden community.
Members in the News
March 21, 2018

Grove Nursing Home redevelopment, hospital improvements moving ahead

The Grove Nursing Home redevelopment and improvements at the Arnprior hospital are one step closer.
MemberLead,PublicLead
March 15, 2018

Election Forum on April 23 to Put Seniors Front and Centre

Ontario’s seniors population is growing at an unprecedented rate, yet our health and social services are not prepared to meet the needs of this critical demographic.