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

Craft helps residents express what they love most about themselves

Pleasant Meadow Manor residents recently enjoyed an activity where they had an opportunity to do some soul searching and discover the things they love most about themselves.

Seniors Cruises returns to Springdale for car show

A local car club returned to Springdale Country Manor Aug. 31 to display their wheels to the Peterborough-area long-term care home’s residents and bring back some fond memories for everyone.

Frost Manor residents enjoy first live, outdoor entertainment since the pandemic began

After a year and a half without live music at Frost Manor, residents were overjoyed when Keith Kirkpatrick brought his one-man show to the Lindsay, Ont. long-term care home for an Aug. 5 outdoor performance.

Groundbreaking ceremony marks the start of Country Terrace redevelopment project

A groundbreaking ceremony was held at Country Terrace Sept. 17 to mark the start of a redevelopment project to add 50,518 square feet and eight beds to the Komoka, Ont. long-term care home.

Trivia and small celebrations mark Residents’ Council Week at Forest Hill

Trivia to reinforce the important role residents’ councils play in long-term care homes as well as small celebrations to honour residents who advocate for themselves and others marked the second annual Residents’ Council Week at Forest Hill.

Burnbrae Gardens residents make educational video on Residents’ Bill of Rights

Burnbrae Gardens residents have submitted an educational video focused on the Residents’ Bill of Rights to a contest organized by the Ontario Association of Residents’ Councils (OARC).

Vintage car show gets Garden Terrace residents reminiscing

arden Terrace residents were recently treated to a vintage car show at the Kanata, Ont. long-term care home, thanks to volunteers from two local car clubs who generously donated their time and hot rods.

Pleasant Meadow starts Residents’ Council Week with a council meet-and-greet and info session

Pleasant Meadow Manor kicked off the second annual Residents’ Council Week with a meet-and-greet session with Gord Holliday, the Norwood, Ont. long-term care home’s residents’ council president, followed by a question period and information session.

Hot dog hat brings lunchtime fun and laughter to Burnbrae residents

Burnbrae Gardens nutritional care aide Nikki McAleaney had been looking for a chance to wear a hot dog hat she owns.