Long Term Care

Interventions to Change Practice in Long-Term Care Facilities: What works, for whom, in what circumstance, and why?

The movement away from task-oriented care toward person-centered care (i.e., care based on residents’ individualized care needs and preferences) is considered by many to be essential to both the quality of care and quality of life of people residing in long-term care (LTC) facilities, especially of those who have Alzheimer disease or a related dementia.

Smoke and Mirrors: The Alberta Health Act?

A few weeks ago, with Halloween just around the corner, the government introduced the new Alberta Health Act in the legislature.

Smoke and Mirrors: The Alberta Health Act?

Special session at Lethbridge Senior Citizens Centre, 500 11St S. at 7pm-9pm. A few weeks ago, with Halloween just around the corner, the government introduced the new Alberta Health Act in the legislature.

This Old House, She Is A¹Changing: Seniors Housing in Alberta

Seniors Housing facilities in Alberta have undergone landmark changes over the past decade. The needs of seniors have expanded and become more complex, often leaving loved ones confused and overwhelmed as they seek to find accommodation appropriate to these incremental needs.

This Old House, She Is A¹Changing: Seniors Housing in Alberta

Seniors Housing facilities in Alberta have undergone landmark changes over the past decade. The needs of seniors have expanded and become more complex, often leaving loved ones confused and overwhelmed as they seek to find accommodation appropriate to these incremental needs.