FALL CONFERENCE 2016
This is Long-Term Care conference
2016: Innovation and inspiration
It started just two years ago, but the Ontario Long Term Care fall conference, This is
Long Term Care, has rapidly become a choice destination for home operators, frontline staff, senior
policy-makers, researchers, students, and innovators.
The 2016 conference, held November 23-25 in Toronto, showed how homes are moving the needle
on quality and care through innovation, collaboration, best practices and new approaches to care.
From an outstanding educational program to a vibrant Innovation Marketplace, This is Long Term
Care kept delegates informed, engaged, and entertained. And the third annual Quality and Innovation
Awards gala provided not only recognition for a job well done, but inspiration for everyone who wants
to enhance the services they provide to residents every day.
Be sure to mark your calendars now for the 2017 event, to be held November 27-29 in Toronto.
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The new Ontario Patient Ombudsman, Christine Elliott,
with Association CEO Candace Chartier
Association CEO Candace Chartier (centre) and Board Chair Bill (far right) are joined
by (left to right) Sharon Lee Smith, Associate Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care;
William Charnetski, Chief Health Innovation Strategist; and
Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care.
LONG TERM CARE TODAY
a resident of
her years of
service at the
Pride and excitement at the
Quality and Innovation Awards