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Fullerton: My vision for better long-term care in OntarioPosted: 2019-09-24
Dr. Merrilee Fullerton, MPP for Kanata-Carleton and Ontario’s minister of long-term care, talks about her vision.
"I envision a system where couples who have spent their entire lives together can stay together while receiving the care they need. I see retirement homes and long-term care homes partnering to be more integrated as people transition between modes of support."
Haliburton Highlands Ontario Health Team 'in development' phasePosted: 2019-07-29
In May 2019 local health services organizations in the Haliburton Highlands area responded to the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care’s (MOHLTC) call for the establishment of Ontario Health Teams (OHTs). The establishment of OHTs is a key component of the MOHLTC’s recently announced plans to transform Ontario’s health system.
Submission to form CKL Ontario Health Team enters next phase of readinessPosted: 2019-07-25
A submission to form a City of Kawartha Lakes Ontario Health Team (OHT) to better coordinate care and services in the City of Kawartha Lakes has progressed to the status of ‘In Development’ as announced by the Ministry of Health on July 18th.
Southlake Community Ontario Health Team partners get thumbs up to continue Ontario Health Team applicationPosted: 2019-07-23
Southlake is pleased to announce that, along with its partners including Extendicare Inc., it is moving forward to the application stage of the Ontario Health Team (OHT) designation process.
Extendicare London on CBC News: 'Love everyday'Posted: 2019-06-27
Extendicare London residents share their secrets to living a happy life.
A guaranteed job at Extendicare and a $1000 bursary for future students of Collège Boréal’s Personal Support Worker programPosted: 2019-04-24
Collège Boréal in Timmins and the Extendicare network announced on Wednesday, April 24, the signing of a partnership agreement involving the college’s Personal Support Worker (PSW) program.
Through this agreement, the Extendicare network in Timmins has committed to offering a job and a $1000 bursary to four graduates upon completion of the PSW program.
All students registered in Collège Boréal’s PSW program will have the opportunity to be interviewed by Extendicare during the winter of 2020. Extendicare will select the four winning candidates.
This agreement will come into effect for students registered at the start of the 2019 academic session.
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care lifts orders for Extendicare Maple ViewPosted: 2019-03-15
MARKHAM, ON Wednesday, March 13, 2019 - Extendicare is pleased to announce that the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care lifted the orders against Extendicare Maple View in February. The home started admitting new residents during the week of February 19...
New transitional care option available to eligible patients awaiting long-term care in hospital, thanks to temporary local partnershipPosted: 2019-02-07
NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY, Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 – Acute care hospitals like Northumberland Hills Hospital (NHH) are designed for people with urgent or acute health care needs. In recent years, however, acute care hospitals have become a fallback and less-than-ideal ‘home’ for those awaiting an alternate level of care—in most cases, a long-term care bed—as the need for these spaces has exceeded the current system’s capacity.
Celebrating 50 Years of Helping People Live BetterPosted: 2018-10-10
Extendicare was founded in 1968 by Harold Livergant a dedicated and passionate health care visionary and his business partner, John MacKay. Mr. Livergant committed his life to improving the quality of senior care in Canada and, 50 years later, our organization continues that commitment as you will see in the pages of our 2018 Quality and Social Responsibility Report.
Extendicare breaks ground on its New Retirement Community in BarriePosted: 2018-09-07
MARKHAM, ON – (September 7, 2018) – Extendicare announces the construction of its’ new retirement community in the city of Barrie, Ontario, under the umbrella of its retirement brand Esprit Lifestyle Communities. The residence will be a six-storey non-combustible building with a basement. It will have 124 suites, comprised of studio, one bedroom and two bedrooms suites. There will be Independent Supportive Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care suites.