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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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Hawaiian Day kicks spring into gear

Bursts of colour and tropical sights, sounds and flavours catapulted Streamway Villa residents, families and staff members into spring recently.
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There's no place like Garden Terrace for volunteer Anne Russell

Anne Russell began volunteering at Garden Terrace about four years ago, when her husband Graeme was a resident at the Ottawa-area long-term care home. Although her husband passed away in spring 2011, Anne has continued to spend her spare time helping the home’s residents and staff members.
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Kudos to Country Terrace PSWs for resident-centred care

Country Terrace clinical care co-ordinator Kimberley Noftle is commending two co-workers for their resident-centred focus recently when they ensured a seamless move for a resident to another long-term care home.
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Ken Cleverdon: a man who made a difference

Ken Cleverdon’s former students and those he coached hockey continue to contact the OMNIway after a story about the former Streamway Villa resident was published nearly two years ago.
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Volunteer attests to the difference donating time makes

Although her mother is no longer a Garden Terrace resident,…
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Pleasant Meadow Manor gives kudos to volunteers

From sharing the joy of music to maintaining long-standing friendships, volunteers are an integral part of the fabric at Pleasant Meadow Manor.
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LEC excited about former co-op student's return

When the Frost Manor team received a letter recently from former co-op placement student Kathleen Furlani, announcing her return to the Lindsay long-term care home, life enrichment co-ordinator (LEC) Vi O’Leary was over the moon.
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Journalist gives tips on how LTC homes should react to crisis

TORONTO - Opportunities often stem from a crisis and this is true for the long-term care sector, says André Picard. In fact, the Globe and Mail health reporter and columnist says long-term care homes and operators can use a crisis to promote the positive things they’re doing to bolster public confidence in the sector.
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Panel emphasizes value of strong community relations in LTC

TORONTO - A panel of media and communications experts underscored the importance of long-term-care home providers having robust relationships with news organizations, the public and residents’ families, during the Ontario Long Term Care Association/Ontario Retirement Communities Association 2014 Together We Care convention and trade show.