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Here are the latest news stories from OMNI Health Care’s 18 long-term care homes across southern Ontario.

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OMNI recognized by Sysco for being an early adopter of state-of-the-art menu program

OMNI Health Care was recently recognized by Sysco Canada with a Pioneer Award for being an early adopter of the Synergy on Demand menu program, which has been an important tool in helping OMNI ensure high-quality meal service in its long-term care homes.
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Making communities ‘dementia-friendly,’ encouraging relationships, enhances quality of life for everyone: Alzheimer Society

Encouraging community members to come into long-term care homes and engaging local businesses and government to increase accessibility and make communities more “dementia-friendly” are some of the things that can be done to decrease dementia’s stigma and enhance quality of life for people, says Mary Schulz.
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Frost Manor’s new way-finding signs helping residents navigate the home

Frost Manor’s Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) team has been busy recently coming up with solutions to make navigating the Lindsay long-term care home easier for resid
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LTC homes have role to play to help end stigma surrounding dementia: Alzheimer Society

The Alzheimer Society of Canada’s 2018 awareness campaign is focused on ending the stigma surrounding dementia, and the organization’s director of education says long-term care homes have a role to play in achieving this goal.
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Time is now to end dementia’s stigma: Alzheimer Society

Results of a recent survey from the Alzheimer Society of Canada indicate a significant number of Canadians are concerned they would face discrimination or even be avoided by family if they had Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.
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Taking on new challenges is helping Frost Manor resident increase mobility

Frost Manor resident Mike Lane is always ready for a new challenge when he’s working with the Lindsay long-term care home’s physiotherapy team.

Alzheimer Society’s 2018 campaign aiming to end dementia’s stigma

The Alzheimer Society of Canada’s 2018 awareness campaign is working to end the stigma surrounding dementia, encourage Canadians to rethink their perceptions of the condition and spread an understanding of the fact that people with cognitive impairment have crucial roles to play in society.
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Naomi Redner’s resident focus, innovation, dedication to others earns her Inspired Leadership Award

Every day, life enrichment co-ordinator Naomi Redner lives the qualities that make an excellent leader at Almonte Country Haven, says administrator Carolyn Della Foresta.
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Physiotherapy increases independence for Frost resident who set goal to walk

When Frost Manor resident Ala Kruszynska was recently invited on a shopping trip with her son, she was able to walk to his car with the help of the Lindsay long-term care home’s physiotherapy team.