Envisioning the future of Long-Term Care

Long-Term Care Awareness Day on November 22nd, represents a unique opportunity to raise awareness, promote education and facilitate positive changes within the long-term care sector. This special day is also an opportunity to connect members of the community who wish to work towards a system that truly supports caring for our aging population.

This year, we are hosting a virtual conversation driven by a common goal to create awareness for long-term care and advocate for change.

Join us for a FREE panel discussion featuring:

Samantha Peck, Executive Director of Family Councils Ontario
Dan Levitt, International Elder Care Leader/Gerontologist
Sara Muylaert, Behavioural Supports Ontario Team, Strathmere Lodge
Crystal Rosewell, Program & Support Services Supervisor, Trillium Manor
Melissa McVie, Director of Communications, Ontario Association of Residents’ Councils
Dave Stanyon, President, Residents’ Council at Kensington Gardens

Please join us as we host this conversation around possibilities, opportunities and aspirational change. We all know what it looks like today but if we work together, what could the future of Long-Term Care in Ontario become?

This online event is geared toward Long-Term Care residents, families, friends and caregivers, Long-Term Care staff and operators, seniors sector organizations, allied health professionals, advocates and members of the public.

Wednesday, November 22nd
7:00 to 8:15 pm
Online using Zoom


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130 Merton St, Suite 600
Toronto, ON M4S 1A4