Make care better, safer for long–term care residents, support legislation for a 4 hour care standard: Ontario MPPs urged

SUDBURY, ON — Improving care quality and safety for nearly 80,000 residents in long-term care homes requires the “political will and a non-partisan approach” by Ontario’s political parties to pass legislation that mandates a daily four hour resident care standard, said a resident family advocates and front line care staff, at a Sudbury media conference…

Make care better, safer for long–term care residents, support legislation for a 4 hour care standard: Ontario MPPs urged

NORTH BAY, ON — Improving care quality and safety for nearly 80,000 residents in long-term care homes requires the “political will and a non-partisan approach” by Ontario’s political parties to pass legislation that mandates a daily four hour resident care standard, said a resident family advocates and front line care staff, at a North Bay…

The time for care standard in legislation for long-term care residents, is “now” Sudbury media conference set for Thursday 10 a.m.

SUDBURY, ON — Following tragic stories coming from several Ontario long-term care homes this month, there’s a renewed scrutiny on resident care quality and safety and “urgency make a daily 4 hour resident care standard the law,” say advocates.   On Thursday, November 24, 2016 care providers and residents’ family advocates are holding a media…

Hospital fingers Thibeault’s Liberals for loss of hospital laundry jobs Rally at MPP’s office 4 p.m. today

Sudbury, ON — Sudbury’s embattled MPP embroiled in election scandal has something new to answer for. At a meeting recently with laid off Sudbury hospital laundry workers, Health Sciences North (HSN) board members pointed to Glenn Thibeault’s Liberal government as the reason why the hospital is severing its laundry contract with a local provider and…

The time for care standard in legislation for long-term care residents, is “now” North Bay media conference set for Wednesday 10 a.m.

NORTH BAY, ON — Following tragic stories coming from several Ontario long-term care homes this month, there’s a renewed scrutiny on resident care quality and safety and “urgency make a daily 4 hour resident care standard the law,” say advocates.   On Wednesday, November 23, 2016 care providers and residents’ family advocates are holding a…

Make care better, safer for long–term care residents, support legislation for a 4 hour care standard: Ontario MPPs urged

HAMILTON, ON — Improving care quality and safety for nearly 80,000 residents in long-term care homes requires the “political will and a non-partisan approach” by Ontario’s political parties to pass legislation that mandates a daily four hour resident care standard, said a resident family advocates and front line care staff, at a Hamilton media conference…

The time for care standard in legislation for long-term care residents is “now”; Hamilton media conference set for Tuesday 10 a.m.

HAMILTON, ON — Following tragic stories coming from several Ontario long-term care homes this month, there’s a renewed scrutiny on resident care quality and safety and “urgency make a daily 4 hour resident care standard the law,” say advocates.   On Tuesday, November 15, 2016 care providers and residents’ family advocates are holding a media…

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Make care better, safer for long–term care residents, support legislation for a 4 hour care standard: Ontario MPPs urged

PETERBOROUGH, ON — Improving care quality and safety for nearly 80,000 residents in long-term care homes requires the “political will and a non-partisan approach” by Ontario’s political parties to pass legislation that mandates a daily four hour resident care standard, said a resident family advocate, an academic researcher, and front line care staff, at a…

The time for care standard in legislation long-term care residents, is “now” Peterborough media conference set for Monday 10:30 a.m.

PETERBOROUGH, ON — Following tragic stories coming from several Ontario long-term care homes this month, there’s a renewed scrutiny on resident care quality and safety. There is no doubt say Peterborough area personal support workers, registered practical nurses and others working on the front lines in long-term, along with residents’ families, that the crisis in…