The largest group of long-term care operators in Ontario is calling for a dramatic increase in spending on nursing homes. The province should create 10,000 new long-term care beds in the next five years and boost its subsidy for older nursing homes to rebuild, says the Ontario Long Term Care Association (OLTCA) in its pre-budget
Long-term care centres in Toronto are facing financial hardships because of a provincial program looking to redevelop seniors’ homes across Ontario, and a report says it has some facilities contemplating permanently closing their doors and leaving the city. According to a report from Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network, eight long-term care facilities in Toronto
A total of eight long-term care homes with more than 1,200 beds between them are planning to move their operations elsewhere rather than build new facilities within the city. The province has given all long-term care homes which do not meet its current design standards until 2025 to confine with the policy. That means that
Un total de huit résidences de soins de longue durée ont avisé le Réseau local d’intégration des services de santé (RLISS) de Centre-Toronto qu’elles prévoyaient déménager à l’extérieur de la ville. Six autres envisagent aussi cette option. Le RLISS, une agence du ministère de la Santé, refuse d’identifier les centres en question. Ces résidences dénoncent
14 long-term-care homes with 1,800 residents are planning to move or ‘at risk’ of leaving city The operators of eight long-term-care homes in Toronto with nearly 1,300 residents have told the province they intend to shut down and move their operations elsewhere, CBC News has learned. Six other nursing homes, with more than 500 residents,
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The Ontario Long Term Care Association is lauding the Government of Ontario’s 2017 Budget: A Stronger, Healthier Ontario, calling it a significant step forward that will greatly improve care and supports for a growing number of frail seniors with complex medical needs.
Long-term care association says long-term care facilities need more beds, stable funding.