External Event: Lessons from the Pandemic – Enabling Meaningful Caregiver Presence in Long-Term Care


Where: Online Cost: Free

Ontario Caregivers Organization invites all long-term care homes to participate in a special Open House edition of the Ontario Caregiver Organization’s Partners in Care Learning Collaborative with a focus on enabling the safe and meaningful engagement of family caregivers in long-term care.

Join the conversation to hear how other long-term care homes have learned from the pandemic, how they have implemented essential care partner programs, and what family caregiver engagement will look like moving forward. Discussions about how family councils can play a key role in supporting the presence and inclusion of essential care partners will also take place.

This will be an informative conversation with:

  • Jennifer Cornell (Director, Grey County LTC),
  • Mary Jane (Designated Care Partner at Lee Manor LTC)
  • Sam Peck (Executive Director, Family Councils of Ontario).

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