Related Associations and Organizations
Canadian Alliance for Long Term Care (CALTC)
CALTC is a national organization comprised of provincial associations and long term care providers that deliver publicly-funded health care services for seniors across Canada. CALTC members also represent care providers delivering home support services and care for younger disabled adults.
CALTC Member Associations
Alberta Continuing Care Association (ACCA) - Established: 1981
Based in Edmonton, the ACCA is a voluntary, non-profit organization representing owners and operators of continuing care (long term care and designated assisted living) operating over 120 facilities as well as an additional 40 home care and support organizations throughout the province of Alberta. ACCA membership is a unique alliance of Private (43%), non-profit (36%) and public (21%) sector providers of long term care (71%), designated assisted living (10%) and home care and support (19%) organizations delivering Alberta Health Services (AHS) contracted care to over 46,000 Albertans in the continuing care system. ACCA's priority is to increase the quality of care for Albertans in its members' care.
BC Care Providers Association (BCCPA) - Established: 1977
Based in Vancouver, BCCPA's 150+ members provide residential care, assisted living and home support to over 10,000 BC seniors each day. The membership is comprised of non-profit (approx. 35%) and privately operated (approx. 65%) providers who deliver contracted services for the BC's five health authorities.
Long Term & Continuing Care Association of Manitoba (LTCAM) - Established: 1959
Based in Winnipeg, LTCAM is a not-for-profit corporation with over 70 members, representing more than 4,700 suites and beds. Originally founded by a few nursing homes, LTCAMÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s membership has increased by over 150% over the past few years and has become much more diverse. Today, LTCAM members include not-for-profit, private and public retirement residences, supportive housing and personal care homes spanning seven of the eleven regional health authorities in Manitoba. LTCAM's primary objective is to advocate on behalf of seniors in Manitoba and the staff at the residences who serve them throughout the long term care continuum.
Ontario Association of Non-Profit Homes and Services for Seniors (OANHSS) - Established: 1919
OANHSS is the provincial association representing not-for-profit providers of long term care, services and housing for seniors. Members include municipal and charitable long term care homes, nonprofit nursing homes, seniors' housing projects and community service agencies. Member organizations operate over 27,000 long term care beds and over 5,000 seniors' housing units across the province.
New Brunswick Association of Nursing Homes (NBANH) - Established: 1972
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NBANH has more than 60 members that provide residential care, assisted living and home support to over 4,000 New Brunswick seniors each day. The membership is comprised of private care providers who deliver contracted services for New Brunswick's two regional health authorities.