Important Links and Resources
Here you will find links to external organizations and PDF downloads to internal resources.
- Long Term Care Home Service Accountability Agreement
- Accessibility Customer Service Public Information
- Multi-Year Accessibility Plan
- Cultural Competency & Diversity Plan
The Local Health System Integration Act, 2006 requires that the LHIN and the HSP enter into a service accountability agreement. The service accountability agreement supports a collaborative relationship between the LHIN and the HSP to improve the health of Ontarians through better access to quality health service...
The views expressed on this website are the views of Saint Luke’s Place and do not necessarily reflect those of the LHIN or the Government of Ontario.
Saint Luke's Place is committed to providing accessible goods and services to persons with disabilities in a manner that promotes dignity, independence, inclusion, and equal opportunity.
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In 2005, the Ontario Government passed the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act with the objective in making Ontario accessible by 2025.
Accessibility Standards have been created which will require organizations to be barrier free and inclusive.
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The Saint Luke's Place Cultural Competency & Diversity Plan.
- Veterans Affairs Canada
- Ontario Association of Non-Profit Homes and Services for Seniors
- Community Care Access Centre (Waterloo-Wellington)
- Ministry of Health and Long Term Care
- Health Quality Ontario
Veterans Affairs Canada deeply values the contribution that Veterans have made to the development of our nation and we honour the sacrifices they have made in the defence of freedom and the pursuit of world peace.
OANHSS is a provincial membership-based organization that has represented not-for-profit providers of long term care, services and housing for seniors for over 90 years.
The Waterloo Wellington CCAC is one of 14 CCACs across the province. We provide support to our community by assessing the needs of those living with illness, injury or disability, connecting them to community supports, guiding them through the health care system and advocating on their behalf.
The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care is working to establish a patient-focused, results-driven, integrated and sustainable publicly funded health system. Its plan for building a sustainable public health care system in Ontario is based on helping people stay healthy, delivering good care when people need it, and protecting the health system for future generations.
Commencing in 2014, all Long Term Care Homes in the province of Ontario are required to submit an annual Quality Improvement Plan to Health Quality Ontario.