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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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Mock baby shower engages residents with dementia

A recent mock baby shower at Country Terrace showcased the positive impact the Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) program is having on those living with cognitive impairment.
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Managers fold their way through quality exercise

ORILLIA, Ont. - Folding paper was an exercise in quality improvement for long-term care employees who attended OMNI Health Care Managers’ Forum recently.
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How are you celebrating your nurses?

Nurses and personal support workers (PSWs) are the salt of the earth, says Country Terrace clinical care co-ordinator Kimberley Noftle.
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Wildwood Care Centre feels part of OMNI

ORILLIA, Ont. - Wildwood Care Centre is being graciously embraced by the OMNI Health Care family.

Dressed to the nines

Riverview Manor's Kelley McGleish, left, and Lori Wallace arrive in style for the Viva Las Vegas theme at the 2nd Annual OMNI Awards & Recognition Night May 7 in Orillia.
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Forum mixes fun and education

Fun and celebration are mixing with valuable educational opportunities at this year’s OMNI Health Care Managers’ Forum, which began May 6 and concludes today at Fern Resort in Orillia.
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OMNI 'encouraged' by budget announcement

OMNI Health Care president and CEO Patrick McCarthy says the organization is “encouraged” by the province’s commitment in the 2014 budget to enhance the long-term-care home capital redevelopment strategy but adds only time will tell how effective the plan will be in moving the sector forward.
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Quality, learning, fun times to highlight Fern Resort this year

OMNI Health Care’s annual Fern Resort managers’ forum kicks off today, and president and CEO Patrick McCarthy says attendees can expect fun times mixed with important educational opportunities.
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Kentwood Park honoured with community-service award

When Kentwood Park life enrichment co-ordinator (LEC) Lisa Mills received a phone call from Community Living Prince Edward recently, inviting her and six residents to a breakfast, she thought it would be a great opportunity for an outing.