Ontario Long Term Care Association Signature Events
As a member of the Association, your organization receives the opportunity to actively participate in any or all of our signature events, which take place throughout the year. All events are well attended, receiving positive evaluations on the high quality educational content and providing an unequaled opportunity to build relationships within the long-term care community.
Together We Care - Ontario Long Term Care Association and Ontario Retirement Communities Association Annual Convention and Trade Show
Together We Care is Canada’s largest gathering of owners, operators and senior managers from the long-term care and retirement living sectors. Bringing together some 2,000 representatives from organizations that include private, municipal, charitable and not-for-profit long-term care homes and retirement homes from across Ontario, the convention inspires ideas and leading edge technology, large and small, complex and simple. For both attendees and exhibitors, Together We Care provides an unequaled opportunity to reach key opinion leaders in Canada’s long-term care and retirement sectors.
Save the date! Together We Care 2020 will place March 30-April 1, 2019 at the Toronto Congress Centre. For more information, visit the conference website.
Ontario Long Term Care Association's Annual Golf Tournament
The Ontario Long Term Care Association Annual Golf Tournament
is an excellent opportunity to mix and mingle with the membership in a relaxed atmosphere. Our 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. Since 1969, the Association has awarded more than 600 member employees with more than $440,000 in bursaries.
This is Long Term Care
This event profiles new and emerging research and innovation in a unique forum designed for learning, networking and information sharing. It provides an unparalleled opportunity for our members to hear about existing best practice programs that have tools, resources, policies and procedures which can be implemented across the sector to address quality of care. Participants who attend learn about a variety of innovative programs that are already in use in Ontario and how they align with the current health care landscape, including the benefits that result. Approximately 500 policymakers, researchers, students, aging care leaders, front-line staff, family caregivers and innovators in aging care attend this conference.
Additional events of interest to those working in the long-term care sector can be viewed here in our events calendar.