The Ontario Long Term Care Association is the largest association of long-term care providers in Canada and the only association that represents the full mix of long-term care operators – private, not-for-profit, charitable, and municipal. We represent nearly 70% of Ontario’s 630 long-term care homes, located in communities across the province. Our members provide care and accommodation services to more than 70,000 residents annually.

Building better long-term care

With more than 600 homes across the province, long-term care has been and will continue to be a safe and dependable support for seniors and their families. Today's seniors have complex medical needs that must be supported by the health system they have grown to depend on. Over the next decade it is expected that the number of seniors will grow by 50%, and by extension, so will the demands for long-term care services. The sector is doing its part, but cannot meet this challenge head on if we aren’t supported for it. We have solutions. Read our action plan to ensure better seniors' care.

Thanks for attending This is Long Term Care 2016!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our 2016 This is Long Term Care conference. The event provided a great opportunity for sharing knowledge and best practices, learning new methods of improving quality care, and networking. Photos will be posted soon for members - stay tuned! If you attended but haven’t yet given us your feedback, please take a few minutes to do so; your comments are important and help us to shape future events.

Fall/Winter 2016 Issue of Long Term Care Today Now Available

The latest issue of the Association's magazine, Long Term Care Today is now available! In this issue, read about how 74 long-term care homes were able to reduce responsive behaviours with a small grant, how to better understand and care for depression, and how to provide resident-centred end-of-life care for those with dementia. Click here to read the magazine online.

Provincial and LHIN dashboards

We're pleased to share a series of dashboards we have developed that include data related to resident demographics, quality indicators, waitlist, wait times and more, within each Local Health Integration Network in addition to an overall province-wide dashboard. These dashboards are meant to help you gain a better understanding of what long-term care looks like in your own community and how regional homes are faring when it comes to factors such as wait lists and quality improvement. Visit our long-term care facts and figures page to view all of the dashboards.

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