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

From left to right, Forest Hill resident Vincent Feres is seen here with his wife Sheila and daughter Kathleen during the home’s holiday luncheon at the Kanata Holiday Inn.
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Home manages issue of resident's unwanted advances

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When confusion related to a medical condition such as dementia impacts a long-term care resident, it can sometimes fuel inappropriate behaviours.
From left to right, Forest Hill resident Vincent Feres is seen here with his wife Sheila and daughter Kathleen during the home’s holiday luncheon at the Kanata Holiday Inn.

Staff keep eye on affectionate resident

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When seniors gather socially at Willows Estate, one female resident is determined to sit beside a particular man who also resides at the Aurora long-term care home.
From left to right, Forest Hill resident Vincent Feres is seen here with his wife Sheila and daughter Kathleen during the home’s holiday luncheon at the Kanata Holiday Inn.
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Osteoarthritis expert offers advice to enhance quality of life

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A leading researcher who has been studying osteoarthritis for 25 years says physical activity is the No. 1 thing people can do to prevent the degenerative joint disease as well as the best way to treat it.
From left to right, Forest Hill resident Vincent Feres is seen here with his wife Sheila and daughter Kathleen during the home’s holiday luncheon at the Kanata Holiday Inn.
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Streamway Santa provides gifts for 40 residents

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Streamway Villa staff feel it was the best Christmas gift-giving festivities yet for the home’s 59 residents, in large part thanks to the work of an unexpected “Santa.”
From left to right, Forest Hill resident Vincent Feres is seen here with his wife Sheila and daughter Kathleen during the home’s holiday luncheon at the Kanata Holiday Inn.
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OMNI and Wildwood Care Centre learning from each other

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Since OMNI Health Care began managing Wildwood Care Centre in July, the long-term care provider and the St. Marys long-term care and retirement residence have embarked on a fruitful symbiotic relationship.
From left to right, Forest Hill resident Vincent Feres is seen here with his wife Sheila and daughter Kathleen during the home’s holiday luncheon at the Kanata Holiday Inn.
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Accreditation, health record platform, managers’ forum some of 2014’s highlights

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Preparing for accreditation, moving each of its 18 long-term care homes to the MED E-Care health record platform and the seventh annual spring managers’ forum are some of the major highlights at OMNI Health Care in 2014.
From left to right, Forest Hill resident Vincent Feres is seen here with his wife Sheila and daughter Kathleen during the home’s holiday luncheon at the Kanata Holiday Inn.
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Holiday season in full swing at Maplewood

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Brighton long-term care home involved with a variety of resident-focused…
From left to right, Forest Hill resident Vincent Feres is seen here with his wife Sheila and daughter Kathleen during the home’s holiday luncheon at the Kanata Holiday Inn.
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Hotel treats Forest Hill residents, staff to complimentary lunch

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Forest Hill’s life enrichment co-ordinator Craig Forrest is applauding a community partnership the Kanata long-term care home has with the local Holiday Inn that sees residents, their families and staff members enjoy a complimentary luncheon every holiday season.