Intergenerational Connections for LTC Homes

  • Resource Type: Publication
  • Posted On: May 27, 2020
  • Audience(s): Families & Care Partners, HR/Operations, Leaders & Managers, Social Workers, Staff / Team Members, Students, Therapeutic Professionals

As our communities adapt to COVID-19 so do the guidelines and best practices for long-term care homes. Some of the references in this resource related to COVID-19 and LTC home guidelines may no longer be applicable. Please consult the Government of Ontario’s Directive #3 for the most up to date information. 


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