2019 LTC Educator Day for Innovation & Networking – Oct. 28 (Ottawa)


Where: Saint-Louis Residence, Ottawa Cost: $40

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**Registration closes October 16**

Lean in and Learn: Improving Social Models of Living Through Staff Wellness and Relational Care

If you engage long-term care staff and students in learning, join us for this exciting educational opportunity!

Workshop topics may include:

• Mindful Leadership and Relational Care in Practice
• Grief and Loss
• Relational Skills to Engage Families in Care
• Comfort Care Conversations for Changes in Condition


OCTOBER 28, 2019

Bruyère Saint-Louis Residence
879 Hiawatha Park Rd., Auditorium
8AM – 3PM



Registration fee – $40
Includes ticket price, ticket fee, and covers the conference program, educational materials, light breakfast and lunch. Contact for any dietary restrictions. Please note that while we do our best to accommodate any dietary restrictions, we are unable to guarantee that any menu item is completely free of allergens.

Travel Bursary

Available for LTCH Educators if > 125 km travel or if travelling from Northern Ontario
Subject to availability.
Contact Tania at to apply.

Venue Information

Saint-Louis Residence
879 Hiawatha Park Rd
Ottawa , Ontario
K1C 2Z6 Canada

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  • Ontario Centres for Learning, Research & Innovation in Long-Term Care

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