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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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West Lake Terrace honours resident who keeps giving back to others

From the moment Dorothy Ferguson moved into West Lake Terrace, she took a shine to her fellow residents and has aimed to provide any help or comfort they need, say the Prince Edward County long-term care home’s team members.
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EDITORIAL: OMNI continues building on quality journey in 2018

What a year 2018 has been for OMNI Health Care’s quality journey.
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Maplewood Christmas Bazaar nets $1,700

From handmade mincemeat pies to sparkly Christmas knick-knacks, the holiday season kicked off at Maplewood Nov. 24.
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Everyday Hero Brenda Ring’s commitment to others shines through

Country Terrace personal support worker (PSW) Brenda Ring is described by residents and her co-workers as being kind, dedicated and always available to help others at the Komoka, Ont. long-term care home. She also does her job each day with a smile that others notice.
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Wildwood residents enjoy ‘goat yoga’

Wildwood Care Centre residents were treated to a unique program Nov. 28 that combined yoga with animal therapy – more specifically, “goat therapy.”
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Heather Merchant named West Lake Terrace’s Everyday Hero

Her positive disposition and a think-outside-of-the-box approach are just two traits that make Heather Merchant valuable to residents and staff at West Lake Terrace.
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If you’re looking for a rewarding career, LTC is the place to be, says PSW

For 38 years, Village Green has been Anne Marie Scott’s home away from home, and the personal support worker (PSW) says she wouldn’t have had it any other way.
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Elaine Goldberg’s co-workers say her willingness to help others and friendliness are her top attributes

Elaine Goldberg’s colleagues at Garden Terrace describe her as a helpful member of the Kanata long-term care home’s environmental services team who is highly organized and always carries a positive attitude.
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Choir bringing out singing talents in Village Green residents

Village Green residents have formed a choir at the Selby, Ont. long-term care home, and many are finding hidden talents, says life enrichment co-ordinator Karen Coulter.