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

2020 hasn’t been easy, but we’ve learned a lot

There’s no softer way to say it, 2020 has been a challenging year.

Willows team keeping holiday spirits high for residents

With Christmas right around the corner, the life enrichment team at Willows Estate has been busy getting residents into the holiday spirit and helping them make the most of the festive season.

Maplewood LEA creates humorous skit based on famous Christmas poem for residents to enjoy

Maplewood life enrichment aide (LEA) Rosanne Blackburn is often using her creativity to enhance the quality of life for residents at the Brighton, Ont. long-term care home, and she recently recruited her co-workers and residents to perform a skit based on a parody of the famous poem Twas the Night Before Christmas.

Country Terrace residents treated to beef tenderloin

Alex Achillini and the nutritional care team at Country Terrace wanted to give residents of the Komoka, Ont. long-term care home a special, memorable dinner, and few meals compare to beef tenderloin.

When life hands you snow, make snowmen

Sometimes it’s little things that can bring the most joy and make the most difference to people, and a group of Burnbrae Gardens staff members proved this when they used their break time to build snowmen for residents to look at through their windows.

Riverview resident Dorothy Bourne celebrates 101st birthday

The Riverview Manor team recently helped the Peterborough long-term care home’s most senior resident, Dorothy Bourne, celebrate her 101st birthday with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Four-year-old gets birthday wish of spending the day with ‘her people’ at Maplewood

Four-year-old Avery Smith Kargus considers the people living at Maplewood as “her people.”

Country Terrace residents sending special Christmas photos to their families this year

Thanks to some creative thinking from the life enrichment team, Country Terrace residents each have a special gift to send their loved ones this holiday season.

PSW students can receive training and work at Almonte Country Haven through partnership program

People interested in a career as a personal support worker (PSW) can have the costs of their studies covered and receive employment at Almonte Country Haven through a partnership the Lanark County long-term care home has entered.