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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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New programs to enhance residents’ quality of life on the horizon at Woodland

Woodland Villa life enrichment co-ordinator Lisa Doran says she and her team at the Long Sault, Ont. long-term care home are looking forward to trying some innovative new programs designed to enhance the quality of life of residents living with cognitive impairment.
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Rosebridge Manor says aloha to themed luncheon

A little luau lifted spirits recently after an illness outbreak at Rosebridge Manor.
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Church group donating dolls, teddy bears to West Lake Terrace

A Prince Edward County ladies’ group is donating dolls and teddy bears to West Lake Terrace with the hope the items have a positive impact on residents with dementia.
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VIDEO: Nursing students create skits to help illustrate RNAO best practice guidelines for Riverview team

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. - Two Trent University nursing students spent several weeks at Riverview Manor at the end of 2019 working on a project to demonstrate to the Peterborough long-term care home’s front-line staff members the effectiveness of two key themes from the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario’s (RNAO’s) best practice guidelines.
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Rosebridge Manor enjoys partnership with local Alzheimer Society

Rosebridge Manor will be hosting a Coffee Break in February. This is one way the Jasper, Ont. long-term care home is giving back to the local Alzheimer Society chapter.
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Streamway Villa: a small but mightily friendly home, family says

Streamway Villa may be smaller and older than some other long-term care homes, but one couple says they wouldn’t have their loved one living anywhere else.
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Musical programs get Springdale residents engaged and reminiscing

Almost everyone has a strong connection to music, and hearing familiar tunes is often a way to engage people living with cognitive impairment in a meaningful way that they enjoy, says Springdale Country Manor life enrichment co-ordinator (LEC) Sonia Murney.
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Sense of home is a feeling and a reality at Maplewood: administrator

On her way home from the hospital after giving birth, a Maplewood employee’s first stop with her new baby was at the Brighton long-term care home.
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Resident teaches Girl Guides a new song during a recent visit

When a group of Girl Guides stopped by Forest Hill recently to sing for residents, their performance was a big hit with the crowd.