Our Members


Alberta Continuing Care Association
Phone: (780) 435-0699

The Alberta Continuing Care Association (ACCA) is a non-profit, voluntary organization representing the providers of continuing care services in Alberta. We provide a unified voice for our members, a unique alliance of:

  • owners and operators of home care and support services, supportive living and long term care;
  • private and non-profit sector providers; and
  • providers of quality products and services that support the continuing care sector.

With a rich history dating back to 1981, the ACCA strives to advance excellence and innovation in Alberta’s continuing care system.  We communicate the issues and ideas of our members as we meet with key decision makers and stakeholders.  We share knowledge and best practices in collaboration with other organizations in Alberta and beyond.  We promote and support our members and proactively address issues that impact you.  Most importantly, we live by our values and work tirelessly to ensure quality of care and quality of life for all Albertans.

Our Members provide care and services for over 13,000 long term care (LTC) and designated supportive living (DSL) individuals and over 5.7 million hours of Home Care to Albertans.

BC Care Providers Association
and EngAge BC
Phone: (604) 736-4233

Established in 1977, BC Care Providers Association (BCCPA) is the leading voice for B.C.’s continuing care sector. Our growing membership base includes over 450 long-term care, assisted living, and commercial members from across British Columbia. Through its operating arm EngAge BC, the organization represents independent living and private-pay home health operators.

BCCPA and EngAge BC members support more than 19,000 seniors annually in long-term care and assisted living settings and 6,500 independent living residents. Additionally, our members deliver almost 2.5 million hours of home care and home support services each year.

All members are required abide by the Association’s Code of Ethics. 

Our Vision

To be the leading expert and innovator in British Columbia, shaping the future of independent living, care, and support service for seniors.

Our Mission

We support our members to provide safe, high quality of life to seniors accessing seniors living, care, and support services through research, education, advocacy and partnerships.

Our Values

We conduct our activities in a collaborative manner with respect, integrity and transparency and strive at all times to be responsive to our members.

What We Do

On behalf of its members BCCPA focuses its efforts in the following key areas:

  • Fostering Standards and Quality of Service: Advocating for quality of life for seniors;
  • Sustainability of Services: Ensuring adequate funding to enhance the quality and types of services;
  • Relationship Building: Collaborating and partnering with government, health authorities and key stakeholders, and holding regular events, such as Care to Chat and our Annual Conference.
  • Membership Services: Supporting members in order to foster quality of service and quality of life for seniors.

Industry Involvement

We are a proud member of the following organizations:

  • Canadian Association for Long Term Care (CALTC)
  • The Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL)
  • BC Non-Profit Housing Association
  • BC Council to Reduce Elder Abuse
  • BC Adult Abuse/Neglect Prevention Collaborative

Denominational Health Association
Phone: (604) 524-3427

The Denominational Health Association comprises of care homes and hospitals that provide long-term care, assisted living, independent living, rehabilitation, acute-care, community health programs and medical research to the people of British Columbia. The association formed in the early 1990s. However, our oldest member organization has been providing care to British Columbians sicne 1984, when they opened their first hospital in Vancouver.

All members are faith-based, non-profit providers, from eleven Christian and Jewish denominations.

The Denominational Health Association membership is bound by the guiding principles of care and compassion. We take great pride in providing quality care and support to some of the most vulnerable members of our society.

Health Association Nova Scotia
Phone: (902) 832-8500

Health Association Nova Scotia is a not-for-profit, non-government, member-based association with 60 years’ experience in providing expertise, shared services, and support. Our customers can count on us to work in their best interest to deliver competitively priced and innovative solutions that streamline their workload – swiftly and without sacrificing the exceptional quality the Health Association is known for. We do what we do best, so our customers can do what they do best.

Long Term & Continuing Care Association of Manitoba
Phone: (204) 477-9888

The Long Term & Continuing Care Association of Manitoba (LTCAM) is a not for profit corporation with almost 150 members, representing more than 10,000 elderly persons and staff across the continuum of care. Incorporated in 1959, we have grown to represent non-profit and private Assisted Living residences, Supportive Housing and Personal Care Home residences, spanning all regional health authorities across Manitoba. Our membership has tripled in the last few years and continues to diversify. The LTCAM has on its website, the only navigation tool to help you find the right care or home for your loved one’s needs.


For over 60 years, the Long Term & Continuing Care Association of Manitoba (LTCAM)—a non-profit, membership-based organization—has been a valued adviser and partner in the promotion of safe care and living options for seniors living in Manitoba.


Our mission has always been to improve the quality of care provided to long term and continuing care residents, and clients. The LTCAM introduced standards of care well before the provincial government outlined official standards. Each day, we care for Manitoba’s most vulnerable seniors, many of whom reside in our residences. We also work closely with provincial long-term care providers across Canada through the Canadian Association for Long Term Care, and we continue to share information and education that uses the best national evidence available to improve quality of care for residents throughout the province and Canada.

The New Brunswick Association of Nursing Homes
Phone: (506) 460-6262

Our Vision: Leading Excellence in Long Term Care.

Our Values: Innovation – Collaboration – Responsiveness – Inclusiveness – Accountability

In an environment of trust, respect and integrity.

Our Mission: To lead member homes through a united voice advocating excellence in Long Term Care and service delivery in New Brunswick.

Please see the Key Result Area and Strategic Goals

NBANH employees and the Board of Directors work to provide the following member services:


NBANH strives to provide on-going two-way communication with our members.


NBANH hosts and supports various events. We maintain a membership in the Canadian Association for Long Term Care (CALTC).

Member Benefits

NBANH oversees the management of the pension plans, and the health and benefits plan for member homes. In addition, we coordinate the Wellness Program, which includes the Employee and Family Assistance Program.

Clinical Innovation

We support nursing homes to improve the quality of life for their residents; including support for best practices such as the Appropriate Use of Antipsychotics initiative and the data driven improvements made possible by the interRAI LTCF. We continue to support sustainability of these improvements. 

Legal and Labour Relations Services

On behalf of the nursing home sector, NBANH negotiate employment contracts, act in an advisory role for HR Management and provide interpretation of relevant legislation for member homes.


NBANH host an Annual General Meeting and Convention that has an education focus and facilitates various education opportunities annually.


NBANH gives awards at the Annual General Meeting recognizing our member’s dedication to excellence.

Nursing Homes of Nova Scotia Association
Phone: (902) 497-4270

Nursing Homes of Nova Scotia Association is the collective voice for advancing world class nursing homes in Nova Scotia.  Founded in 2011, we are a not-for-profit Association supporting not-for-profit, for-profit, municipal, and multi-facility nursing homes across the province of Nova Scotia. We are solution-focused, and bring an innovative approach to address opportunities and challenges across the sector.

Our Association believes in advocating and leading to influence change. We are committed to innovative approaches that ensure safe, high-quality standards of care. We support our members by sharing best practices through facilitated discussions; offering educational and networking opportunities; and engaging direct feedback on government policy and sector issues.

Ontario Long Term Care Association

Who we are

In 1959, a group of seven individuals with a passion for long-term care united together to form the first Associated Nursing Homes Incorporated of Ontario, which later transitioned into the Ontario Nursing Home Association in 1972, and then to the Ontario Long Term Care Association in 2001.

For 60 years, the Association has been committed to advancing the quality of long-term care services in Ontario. With advocacy and leadership as a key focus, the Association has been able to influence legislative, policy and regulatory change, support sector expansion and redevelopment, and provide educational opportunities to ensure the increasing needs of residents are being met with safe, high-quality care.

Today, the Ontario Long Term Care Association is the largest association of long-term care providers in Canada and the only association that represents the full mix of long-term care operators – private, not-for-profit, charitable, and municipal. We represent nearly 70% of Ontario’s 630 long-term care homes, located in communities across the province. Our members provide care and accommodation services to more than 70,000 residents annually.

Our member homes are regulated by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and provide health care and a home to residents throughout Ontario.


What we do

The Ontario Long Term Care Association works to promote safe, quality long-term care to Ontario’s seniors. We strive to lead the sector in innovation, quality care and services, building excellence in long-term care through leadership, analysis, advocacy and member services. Over the course of its history, the Ontario Long Term Care Association has developed a strong tradition of using a solutions-oriented approach to advance the delivery of the care and services to meet the changing needs of Ontario’s long-term care residents.

Prince Edward Island Seniors Homes


We will provide the best experience possible for residents, resident’s families and employees.


We will provide:

  • A safe, loving and supportive home for all residents
  • A culture of teamwork in a healthy, positive, enjoyable workplace
  • A community that meets resident’s holistic needs, as well as facilitating a higher quality of life

We Offer

  • Person-Centered Model of Care
  • Private and Semi-private Nursing Care Rooms
  • Private Bedsitting Rooms, 1 bedroom Suites and 2 bedroom apartments in Community Care
  • Planned Activity Schedule
  • Weekly Doctor Visits
  • Home Cooked Meals
  • RNs on duty 24 hrs / day

Phone: (403) 873-3200

AgeCare offers a wide variety of senior living options including retirement homes, nursing homes, old age homes and more across British Columbia and Alberta. We work to create vibrant communities that celebrate and support aging with dignity, independence and community interaction. AgeCare residents live in a home-like atmosphere with warm and welcoming facilities, professional and specialized care and friendly and courteous staff, where they are valued and celebrated for being themselves.

AgeCare was established in 1998 on the belief that all seniors are entitled to a rich quality of life, with the opportunity to live as independently as possible. Our values and guiding principles are:

  • Trust: Act with integrity and fairness
  • Respect: Treat everyone with dignity, kindness, and compassion
  • Quality: Relentlessly pursue excellence in care and service
  • Teamwork: Uplift each other with positive energy and support

Our organization was founded on the concept of living in place; enabling individuals, couples, families and friendship circles to remain together within the same community as their care needs change. Families are comprised of multiple generations and we believe our communities should reflect this. This is why we have a keen focus on having multi-generational housing within our communities.

Atlantic Baptist Housing
Phone: (506) 858-7870

Atlantic Baptist Housing commenced its work in 1973 with the establishment of the Kenneth E. Spencer Memorial Home, a 100-bed nursing home, located in Moncton, NB. Early in the 1980s Spencer Home grew to 200 beds. As the years went on, we branched out into seniors’ housing with a focus on independent living and enriched housing as well as other nursing home locations. We now have established locations across New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.

Whether you or a loved one are looking for an apartment for independent living, enriched

housing or nursing home care, we would love to accommodate you at Atlantic Baptist Housing. Our facilities are more than apartments and nursing homes, they represent community. Each building and nursing home is designed with common areas to encourage interaction and aid in developing friendships. Our staff help our tenants and residents to feel at home in their space. We want each and every person who lives with us to feel as though they are a valuable part of their community. In doing so, Atlantic Baptist Housing strongly believes that we are Adding Life to Years.

Extendicare (Canada) Inc.
Phone: (905) 470-4000

For over 50 years, Extendicare’s qualified and experienced staff has been helping people live better through a commitment to quality care and service that includes skilled nursing care, home health care, retirement living, and management and consulting services.

We are proud to be at the forefront of senior care across Canada and work closely with government, community agencies, researchers, and our care partners, including families, to address needs, close gaps, solve problems and advance best practices. We employ thousands of people across the country who have made it their career and goal in life to care, and we have made it our priority to make sure they are trained and supported to provide the best care possible.

Our Mission

“Helping People Live Better.”

We help our residents and clients live better by promoting quality of life.

We create remarkable moments through highly engaged and motivated team members.

Stakeholders know this because we continuously measure, improve and publicly share our performance.

To help people live better by renewing and reimagining how we provide care to seniors in Canada. improvingcare.ca

Our Vision

Our vision is to be the best senior care and services company in Canada.

Our Values

At Extendicare, we value our customers and our team who cares for them. We are committed to treating them with dignity and respect in an atmosphere of compassion. As health care professionals, we take pride in being responsive to the needs of those who rely on us.

  • Customer Satisfaction.We strive to provide care and services to our customers which exceed their expectations.
  • We believe aspiring to excellence leads to continuous quality improvement in our provision of care to residents.
  • We value each employee, encourage equal opportunity for growth and recognize achievement.
  • We believe in honesty and fairness in our relationships with others.
  • We believe we are accountable for the quality of services we provide to our customers.
  • We listen to each other and foster open and honest communication.
  • We believe that working as a team creates an environment that allows us to reach our potential.
  • We believe that environmental issues should be integrated into business decisions that promote environmental protection, preservation, safety and a homelike atmosphere.

Langley Care Society
Phone: (604) 532-4216

Langley Lodge was established in 1974 as a community initiative spearheaded by Rotary Club president Roy Brown. Brown’s vision was to unite the community by creating a place for Langley’s seniors. Although Langley Lodge has experienced some changes over the last 50 years, community involvement is still at the heart of everything we do. It makes us unique and a continued staple of the Langley community. Our Mission at Langley Lodge is to inspire one another to experience a better quality of living.

Responsive Group Inc.
Phone: (416) 479-4346

We are a recognized leader in managing senior living environments. Our commitment to excellence continues to ensure our role as creators of practical and innovative processes, programs and partnerships. We are known for our hands-on approach, which has resulted in the development of reliable processes and time-proven solutions to difficult challenges.

Sienna Senior Living
Phone: (905) 477-4006

At Sienna Senior Living, our purpose is to cultivate happiness in daily life.

Our more than 12,000 dedicated team members are passionate about caring for older people and are united by a belief in cultivating happiness in daily life. We are one of Canada’s largest owners and operators of seniors’ living, with high-quality seniors’ residences in Ontario, Saskatchewan and British Columbia comprising independent living, assisted living, memory care, long-term care and specialized programs and services for seniors.
Our aim is to consistently create a positive resident experience, along with a high-performing team and workplace culture that are driven by shared values and a commitment to innovation and excellence. As leaders in the sector, we leverage technology and best practices to constantly set new benchmarks for quality. At the same time, we never lose sight of our vision—To become Canada’s most trusted and most loved senior living provider.

Southbridge Care Homes
Phone: (519) 621-8886

Since 1967, we’ve been building a foundation of innovation and success for operating long term care homes and retirement communities. We are redeveloping our communities so that we may continue to provide consistent, high-quality care for our residents now and in the future.

Southbridge Care Homes offers acquisition, management and redevelopment services to the long-term care homes and retirement communities in Ontario. Our mission is to operate a best-in-class portfolio of care homes and retirement communities that consistently deliver excellence in care and services in an economically sustainable manner.

Interested in becoming a member of the Canadian Association for Long Term Care?

Please contact us at info@caltc.ca for more details on the benefits of membership, our different membership categories and the process for becoming a member.

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