"I am excited to take on this new leadership role as Chair of the Board, and to continue advocating for seniors living in long-term care," says Hall. "I am committed to promoting best practices in long-term care and look forward to advocating for seniors in the lead up to this federal election and collaborating with the next government."
The Canadian Association for Long-Term Care is a national organization comprised of provincial associations and long-term care providers that deliver publicly funded health care services for seniors across Canada. CALTC members also represent care providers responsible for the employment of Canadians that deliver quality care to Canada's most vulnerable residents each day. Our purpose is to share information, insights and best practices on current and emerging long-term care issues, collaborate to address challenges and opportunities that impact long-term care, and to advocate on issues that have broad impact on participating associations, seniors, and their families. Learn more at www.caltc.ca.