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

BSO interventions improve Riverview resident’s home experience

Riverview Manor’s Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) team recently helped a new resident transition to life at the Peterborough long-term care home after the resident faced challenges adjusting to their new environment.

Platinum Jubilee: Pleasant Meadow resident recalls her brushes with royalty

Pleasant Meadow Manor resident Jill Raines remembers having a front-row seat during one of the 20th century’s most memorable moments.

Armchair Travel program lets residents explore the world from home

Garden Terrace residents have been enjoying a fun and educational travel program from the comfort of home.

Education, reminiscing and fun mark recent programs at OMNI homes

Education, reminiscing and fun – these are some of the themes the life enrichment departments in OMNI Health Care long-term care homes have focused on recently during their quality programming.

I’m excited to build OMNI’s future with you

Excited. This is the word that best describes how I feel about this new opportunity I have to work with OMNI Health Care and help navigate the future of this dynamic organization.

Country Terrace team member enters favourite family steak recipe in March Madness challenge

Annabel Bonoan’s Asian steak is a big hit at home; now she’s…

Best care strategies help Riverview’s BSO team improve resident’s quality of life

Riverview Manor’s Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) team has helped enhance a resident’s quality of life and improved their emotional well-being by using best-care strategies and supportive measures.

Did you know June is Seniors’ Month? Learn how you can celebrate seniors you know

June has arrived and so has Seniors’ Month in Ontario, a time to celebrate the accomplishments and contributions older adults make to our communities.

Garden Terrace residents laugh it up

Garden Terrace residents recently had their funny bones tickled when a pair of local comedians stopped by the Kanata, Ont. long-term care home for dual performances.