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November 2017
Manitoba Government Releases Background Information From Health System Sustainability and Innovation Review

KPMG: Health System Sustainability & Innovation Review: Phase 1 Report
KPMG: Health System Sustainability & Innovation Review: Phase 2 Report

Are Residents in Long-Term Care Homes Safe? - CARP

October 2017

The Canadian Patient Safety Institute is working with the Canadian Human Factors in Healthcare Network to provide education and information on human factors in healthcare.  Click this link to learn more about the network.   

Click this link to register for a free webcast scheduled for October 18, 2017, 11:00 Central on “situational awareness”, a key concept in human factors science. 

New reports makes the case for investing in patient safety. "The Case for Investing in Patient Safety." To read the full news release, click this link.

October 3 Province Releases KPMG Report on Fiscal Performance

September 2017

September 15, 2017 Variations in Resource Use and Costs of Hospital Care in Manitoba

September 13, 2017 Manitobans Asked to Give Views During Pre-budget Consultations

Septembr 8, 2017 Province Moving Forward on New Personal Care Home Capacity in Manitoba

August 2017

August 21, 2017 Province Secures Additional Federal Health-Care Funding

July 2017

Admission to residential care could have been delayed or avoided for more than 1 in 5 seniors

Health Care's Sacred Cows Targeted

Improved Home Care a Prudent Investment

WRHA - Focus on Patient Care, Reduced Expenditures

Achieving a High Performing Provincial Healthcare System (part1) (part 2)

June 2017

WRHA Announces Acting Chief Executive Officer

Manitoba News Release: Province Announces New Provincial Health Organization with a Focus on Patient-Centred Planning

Province to Centralize Health-Care Services to new Government Entity

Peachy Report & KPMG Healthcare Sustainability Innovation Review

May 2017

The LTCAM 14th Annual Provincial Conference touted as a huge success!!!
Richard Cloutier of CJOB Co-Hosts the LTCAM Awards For Excellence May 9, 2017 – Commends this year's winners!
Richard Cloutier of CJOB interviews Naomi Feil regarding her Validation Therapy at the May 9, 2017 LTCAM Conference!
Click here to listen (MP3)

April 2017

April 2017 Manitoba Summary Budget

March 2017

The Long Term & Continuing Care Association of Manitoba’s 14th Annual Provincial Conference & Exhibition will be held on May 9, 2017. Click here for all the details.

2017  Theme is “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”

See our video at  http://www.ltcam.mb.ca/news-conference.htm

March 24, 2017 Federal Budget - Memo from Santis Health

The full budget can be found here: http://www.budget.gc.ca/2017/docs/plan/budget-2017-en.pdf

March 20, 2017 Province Introduces Proposed Legislation that would Protect Sustainability of Public Services, Improve Patient Care

March 2017 State of the Industry 2017 The Canadian Association for Long Term Care Board Members participate in the latest issue.

The WAVE March/April Read about a LTCAM Member! “Lasting Memories”(starting on page 8) www.wrha.mb.ca/wave/

March 15, 2017 Sign or Else

March 15, 2017 Health Minister told the WRHA to Cut Management Staff by15%

March 13 Proposed Legislation Reaffirms Government’s Commitment to Fiscal Responsibility

February 2017 Province Accepts Report on Clinical, Preventive Health-Care Services

Final Report Submitted to Deputy Minister - Ministry of Health, Seniors, and Active Living

February 2017
CALTC - Lobby Day News Release (English)  CALTC - Lobby Day News Release (French)


Future of Home Care Services in Manitoba - The Government of Manitoba Minister of Health, Seniors and Active Living

January 26, 2017 Province Launches Conversation on Health-Care Funding

WAVE Magazine Jan/Feb 2017 “Navigating Long-Term Care Options

LTCAM Responds to Public Consultation

December 7, 2016 Premier Announces Members of Advisory Panel on Fiscal Performance

Family Doctor FINDER Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living

November 2016 Province Announces Regional Health Authority Boards Appointed

November 2016 Winnipeg Free Press - Declining health in old age presents financial challenges

At our 2017 Conference you do not want to miss:

Naomi Feil will offer a 4 hour workshop at the Long Term & Continuing Care Association of Manitoba Annual Provincial Conference May 9, 2017



Naomi Feil, M.S.W., A.C.S.W., is the developer of Validation. She was born in Munich in 1932, and grew up in the Montefiore Home for the Aged in Cleveland Ohio, where her father was the administrator and her mother, the head of the Social Service Department. After graduating with a Masters degree in Social Work from Columbia University in New York, she began working with the elderly. Between 1963 and 1980 Mrs. Feil developed Validation as a response to her dissatisfaction with traditional methods of working with the severely disoriented old-old people who were her clients. In 1982 she published her first book, Validation: The Feil Method, which was revised in 1992. Her second book, The Validation Breakthrough, was published in 1993, and updated and revised in 2002. Feil and her husband have made many films and videos about aging and Validation. Feil is the Founder and Director in Chief of the Validation Training Institute and a popular speaker in North America and Europe. Since 1989 she has toured Europe 3 times a year offering workshops in Validation to participants in Germany, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, France, Belgium, Italy, Great Britain, and Austria. Her books have been translated into French, Dutch, German, Italian, Finnish, Danish, Swedish, Spanish and Japanese.

Coming to Manitoba May 9, 2017

Dr. Samir Sinha to present at the Long Term & Continuing Care Annual Provincial Conference - How We Can ACE the Care of Older Canadians


Dr. Samir Sinha is a passionate and respected advocate for the needs of older adults. He currently serves as the Director of Geriatrics with the Sinai Health System and the University Health Network Hospitals in Toronto and as an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. A former Queen’s student and subsequent Rhodes Scholar, Dr. Sinha's breadth of international training and expertise in health policy and the delivery of services related to the care of the elderly have made him a highly regarded expert in the care of older adults. In 2012 he was also appointed by the Government of Ontario to serve as the expert lead of Ontario's Seniors Strategy and is now working on the development of a National Seniors Strategy. In 2014, Toronto Life named him one of Toronto’s Best Doctors while Maclean’s proclaimed him to be one of Canada’s 50 most influential people and its most compelling voice for the elderly.

Also Coming May 9 2017, Bev Foster will present her new "Pathways Singing Program for Memory Care"

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