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Specialized Units in Long-Term Care Homes

…presents the most current context for specialized units in Ontario, why select long-term care (LTC) homes sought designation, and how these units fit into the continuum of care. Specialized units…

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Ontario CLRI: Stakeholder Engagement (Sector Feedback)

…early access to training or resources Receive supportive resources such as back-fill and implementation support Improve resident outcomes and implement best practice guidelines Play a role in research or innovation…

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Pride Month Resources for LTC Homes

…ability, race. ethnicity, religion, spirituality. gender identity, gender expression. sexual orientation and socio-economic status. Explore the three LGBTQI2S+ resources below, or download the full list : Ontario CLRI Diversity Resources

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Resources for Long-Term Care During COVID-19

…fill gaps that may exist during the pandemic. We have already begun the development and sharing of new and existing resources to support the psychosocial needs of the LTC workforce:…

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Dementia Resources from Around the World

…concerns about dementia and memory loss. Dementia Resources from Around the World is now accessible online at http://www.baycrest.org/dementiaresources. This webpage has a selection of the best available senior-friendly web resources

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Resources specific to our response to COVID-19 can be found at clri-ltc.ca/covid19…

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Resources for LTC Homes

Is your home looking for volunteer, co-op students and interns? This page has the information you need to build partnerships with local high schools for experiential learning placements.

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