The Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care strengthen quality of life and care for residents across the province through training, education, and knowledge mobilization
2019 LTC Educator Days for Innovation and Networking – Waterloo
If you engage LTC staff and students in learning, join us on June 25 in Waterloo or on October 28 in East Ottawa for the 2019 LTC Educator Days for Innovation and Networking. Register for Waterloo by June 14!
Empowering Residents and Secondary School Students Through Experiential Learning in LTC Homes
Join us to learn how LTC homes can create opportunities for secondary school students for experiential learning placements that can support capacity in LTC homes while providing a rich experience for students and a recruitment strategy for the future LTC workforce.
The Ontario CLRI supports long-term care homes by providing support for priority issues, including an aging population, increasing care complexity, and workforce excellence.
Explore the resources available to those who live and work in the sector.
The Ontario CLRI has been strengthening the long-term care sector since 2012 to enhance care delivery for residents and their families.
82% of long-term care homes served and 70,000+ residents impacted
12,000+ students, interprofessional team members, and leaders trained
300+ resources created for long-term care
53+ research and innovation grants supported