AdvantAge Ontario AGM and Convention


Where: Sheraton Centre Hotel, Toronto

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Happening April 22 – 24, 2020 in Toronto, AdvantAge Ontario’s Annual General Meeting and Convention is Ontario’s largest gathering of senior staff from not-for-profit long term care homes, seniors’ housing and community service organizations.

In addition to our booth (located at booth # V01/ V02), the Ontario CLRI will be presenting the following:

April 23 | The Journey to Transform Life in LTC: A Regional Collaboration
  • Explore the journeys of three Champlain region long term care homes towards a less institutional, more social and person-centered culture.
  • Gain insight into how they were supported in their unique approaches to culture change by a grassroots regional working group of community partners.
  • Get practical leadership tools for making a fundamental culture shift, as well as strategies for engaging stakeholders, empowering your team and tracking successes.
April 24 | Your Home, My Home: A Toolkit to Promote Diversity and Inclusion in LTC
  • Be among the first to access the new Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit, to be launched during this presentation by the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care.
  • Explore resources this toolkit offers for self-reflection and organizational assessment; providing inclusive care and environments; developing and implementing diversity and inclusion commitments; policy and program modifications; education; and more.
  • Leave with two valuable strategies for creating or enhancing a welcoming home for all those who live, work, or visit there.
April 24 | Grow Your Own PSWs: Regional Adaptations of the Living Classroom in LTC
  • Learn about the benefits of the Living Classroom, a postsecondary partnership program for addressing PSW shortages, including its impact on PSW recruitment and retention.
  • Explore evidence collected from use and regional adaptation of this model in different long term care settings, and implementation strategies for successful program delivery from a range of stakeholder perspectives.
  • Identify how to assess your organization’s readiness to start a Living Classroom.

Register today for early bird pricing!  Learn more on the convention website.

Venue Information

Sheraton Centre Hotel
123 Queen St W
Toronto , Ontario
M5H 2M9 Canada

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About the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care

The Ontario CLRI is funded by the Ministry of Health, and the Ministry of Long-Term Care, and hosted at Baycrest Health Sciences, Bruyère, and the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging.

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