If you’ve been reading the papers or watching the evening news in recent months, you’ve probably noticed a narrative emerging that questions the safety of long-term care homes during the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic.
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While the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic has presented challenges for the long-term care sector, the crisis has also brought out kindness, compassion and unwavering support for OMNI Health Care long-term care homes from neighbours and businesses.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of our lives in some way. Many Canadians are now working from home. We’re self-isolating. We’re practising social distancing. We are taking precautions on a scale that most of us have not seen in our lifetime.
In an effort to keep residents and staff members safe in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, OMNI Health Care has been enacting Public Health Ontario protocols to reduce the chance of exposure to the virus in the organization’s 18 long-term care homes.
The Alzheimer Society of Canada is now in the third year of its awareness campaign, “I live with dementia. Let me help you understand”. Through this initiative, Canadians who are living with cognitive impairment are coming forward to share their stories of living with dementia in an effort to stop the stigma attached to the condition.
The OMNIway would like to wish all of our readers a happy and healthy holiday season. We will resume publishing on Thursday, Jan. 2.
If you’ve been regularly reading The OMNIway throughout 2019, you will have noticed there has been a strong focus on how OMNI Health Care’s 18 long-term care homes have been engaging with their local communities.
The recently released annual report from the Office of the Auditor General of Ontario for 2019 outlines areas for improving meal service in the province’s 626 long-term care homes, and OMNI Health Care is responding to these aspects of the report.
If you’ve been reading The OMNIway recently, you will know that we have been featuring stories profiling a Streamway Villa resident who is living with early-onset dementia.
A former Garden Terrace registered practical nurse has been arrested and charged with one count of mischief and another count of mischief to data following a police investigation launched in May immediately after other employees of the Kanata, Ont. long-term care home alerted management of suspicions that the nurse may have failed to administer medications to residents on one floor.
- ‘Travelling programs’ encouraging resident involvement at Garden TerraceAugust 15, 2022 - 6:45 am
- Pandemic has highlighted the need for psycho-social support in LTC: social workerAugust 12, 2022 - 6:45 am
- Country Terrace residents take first lunch outing in two years to favourite spotAugust 11, 2022 - 6:45 am
- VIDEO: Company donates video of Streamway Villa residents having safe fun during the pandemicAugust 7, 2020 - 6:45 am
- ‘Parade’ of cars turns up to support Riverview Manor residents and staffApril 28, 2020 - 6:45 am
- VIDEO: Forest Hill residents make video thanking Trinity Presbyterian Church for Christmas giftsFebruary 20, 2020 - 6:45 am
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