Getting outside on pleasant-weather days can be relaxing and healthy, but sometimes one needs a little shade. Maplewood’s residents’ council had this in mind when it voted in favour of using its funds to purchase two new patio awnings for the Brighton long-term care home.
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Whether it’s someone like Karin Merpaw, who helped save the life of her coworker at Springdale Country Manor, or Marlene Dunn, who lifts the spirits of Village Green residents with her musical talents, the personal support workers (PSWs) working across OMNI Health Care’s long-term care homes deserve to be celebrated.
From an Ellen DeGeneres mock-up to a performance inspired by ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, the skits presented at this year’s OMNI Leadership Forum have been both creative and energetic.
When a family asked if Pleasant Meadow Manor could make use of their loved one’s wheelchair and walker recently, health-care aide Heather Sherry had a brainwave.
This year’s OMNI Health Care Leadership Forum will include a strong focus on quality, beginning with a keynote presentation on cultivating a culture of quality by president and CEO Patrick McCarthy.
Every spring families from the Gateway Church in Komoka roll up their sleeves to help with a seasonal clean-up at Country Terrace long-term care home. That’s the plan for this upcoming Sunday as well.
One evening Barb Hogan was visiting her mother who lives at Kentwood Park long-term care home in PIcton. Nothing much was happening and there was nothing on TV, so she decided to “nab,” as she says, a few residents for a simple game of ring toss.
Barb Hogan and Sue Capon are two generous volunteers who have been brightening up the lives of residents at Kentwood Park long-term care home.
A Wednesday afternoon opportunity for residents at West Lake Terrace to interact and discuss the Scriptures has seen a jump in the number of participants over the last few months. From an original small group of five people, the program now draws around 25 residents.
When Pam Brooks moved to Country Terrace four years ago she was at one of the lowest points she’d ever been in her life.
Her husband of 38 years, her high-school sweetheart, had passed away three years before. They had started dating when she was 13. They were married when she was 18.
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