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.

Join our Golf Tournament Wine Tour

Our annual Golf Tournament is a great day of fun and networking, with all proceeds benefiting the Ontario Long Term Care Association's Education Fund, which provides financial assistance to staff in member homes pursuing continuing education initiatives to enhance their knowledge and skills in long-term care. Our tournament is now SOLD OUT, but we still have lots of space left at our Wine Tour event! Join us for a private tour, tasting and culinary experience overlooking the Adamo Estate's beautiful vines, right next door to Hockley Valley where the Golf Tournament is taking place! Register here.

This is Long-Term Care 2018 report

The Association is pleased to announce the release of its latest sector report, This is Long-Term Care 2018. The report explains what long-term care has to offer, and what it costs; provides statistics about the increasing care needs of residents, and explains why this is happening; and highlights the compassionate and high-quality care that long-term care staff provide to seniors across Ontario. Read it here.

Read our Spring/Summer issue of Long Term Care Today

The latest issue of our sector magazine, Long Term Care Today, has now been released. This issue profiles our 2017 Quality and Innovation Award winners, highlights a new way to look at falls prevention, spotlights ABBY, an ambient technology for those living with dementia, and much more! Read it here

This is Long Term Care 2018 Call for Innovators

This is Long Term Care 2018: Disrupting the Norm, will take place November 14-16, 2018. The Innovators’ Den session is designed to showcase revolutionary products or services that will improve the quality and/or efficiency of care in long-term care homes. This session will also encourage growth in the market penetration of your product or service within the long-term care sector, as it will act as a platform to educate and inform delegates on your company’s services. Interested in presenting? Send in an application here before August 31.

More Care. Better Care. 

More beds, modernized homes, and more staff are needed if Ontario is going to keep up with the growing needs of seniors. This year, more than 32,000 seniors remain on a waiting list to get access to long-term care services – a number that has grown substantially from last year. On top of the growing demand for care, the needs of residents continue to grow. The Association's action plan for better seniors' care addresses the complex care needs of Ontario’s seniors and the growing demand for care. The time for action is now. Click here to read our recommendations and support us by sending a letter to your MPP.