Long Term Care Alliance Identifies 2011 Advocacy Priorities

The Canadian Alliance for Long Term Care (CALTC) has identified four seniors care advocacy priorities for the coming year and in association with a renewed national debate about the sustainability of Canada’s health care system. CALTC members represent care providers responsible for the employment of over 50,000 Canadians and delivering quality care to more than 100,000 of Canada's most vulnerable residents each day.

CALTC’s 2011 advocacy priorities are:

  • resident satisfaction
  • continuum of care improvements
  • health human resources
  • research

CALTC members will be developing a specific set of objectives for each of these priorities in the coming weeks and implement a proactive advocacy agenda early in the New Year. Watch this site for updates.



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