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

Quality Forum 2019: celebrating the joy of working in long-term care

ORILLIA Ont. - The 2019 OMNI Health Care Quality Forum brought together managers from across the organization for an action-packed three days of learning, networking and, of course, OMNI’s core value of fun and laughter, at scenic Fern Resort near Orillia.
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Savour the flavour: LEA prepares Indian meal for Forest Hill residents

It is well known that Indian cuisine features some of the most flavourful dishes known to foodies, and Forest Hill life enrichment aide (LEA) Mridula Singh recently prepared samples of some of India’s best-known foods for the Ottawa-area long-term care home’s residents.
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VIDEO: Family member discusses positive impact new Riverview Manor will have on residents, staff

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. - Carol Martin says she believes when construction on the new Riverview Manor is complete by December 2022, the amenities offered at the revamped 160-bed, state-of-the-art long-term care home will have a positive impact on residents and staff.
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Frost Manor residents and staff spent a day in their jammies

Frost Manor residents and staff members practically didn’t get out of bed on April 16.
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Casey, Village Green’s favourite feline, passes away

Village Green recently lost a special team member who also lived at the Greater Napanee long-term care home for many years.
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Volunteering at Springdale has fulfilled a promise Lynda Rose made to herself

SPRINGVILLE, Ont. - Lynda Rose recalls how when her mother was living in a retirement home in North Bay she would make a monthly drive up to visit her. Lynda says she wished she could have spent more time with her mother, but she had a career and they lived far apart, so that was not always possible.
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Riverview BSO team receives first-ever Team Impact Award from the Central East LHIN

Riverview Manor’s Behavioural Supports Ontario (BSO) team received the Central East Local Health Integration Network’s (LHIN) first-ever Team Impact Award on March 26 for its work reducing and preventing agitation in residents who are living with cognitive impairment.
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Working with LTC residents, you can see the difference you make in their lives, student says

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. - Fleming College occupational therapy assistant/physiotherapy assistant (OP/PT) student Domenique Douglas says one thing that has stood out for her during her placement at Riverview Manor is how quickly she and other students can make a difference in residents’ quality of life.