Welcome to the Alberta Continuing Care Association

Founded under the Societies Act in 1981, the Alberta Continuing Care Association (ACCA) is a voluntary, nonprofit

organization representing owners and operators of continuing care facilities, as well as home care and support

organizations throughout the province of Alberta. Continuing care includes long-term care and designated assisted living.  

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ACCA attended the opening of the beautiful new Wing Kei Greenview facility in Calgary on October 20th, where the Honourable Premier Prentice and the Honourable Minister Johnson, Seniors, announced $180M more dollars to be spent on continuing care beds.


Community Events:

Join the Canadian Patient Safety Institute on Oct. 29 & 30 in Edmonton for their Forum on Patient Safety and Quality Improvement. Click here to view the program.
ACHIEVE Training Centre is hosting workshops in Edmonton Nov. 6 and Calgary Nov. 7 on Management & Supervision - The Crucial Skills. More...


Registration now open for CapitalCare People & Progress Continuing Care Conference 2015 (Feb 5 & 6). Early bird rate available until Dec. 1. More...






New Corporate Members!

We are pleased to announce that Pharmacare Specialty Pharmacy and Godfrey Morrow Insurance & Financial Services LTD. are our newest Corporate Members. Please visit the Membership Page to learn more about these organizations or visit their websites by clicking their logos below!







Mark Your Calendar!

Please join us at our AGM on November 12, 2014 at the Four Points by Sheraton in Edmonton. We are very pleased to announce that the Honourable Jeff Johnson, Minister of Seniors, will be joining us! Please register by email by contacting stacey.jacula@ab-cca.ca. This promises to be a great day, you won't want to miss!


On October 20

The ACCA was present at the announcement made by the Honourable Premier Prentice and the Honourable Minister of Seniors Johnson at the new Wing Kei Greenview Facility on boosting continuing care spaces in our province. To watch a video clip of the announcement, go here.
On October 2...

The ACCA was a proud sponsor of the Canterbury Foundation's 40th Anniversary Celebration and was there for the Opening and Dedication of Canterbury Court. The Master of Ceremonies was Mr. Bruce Hogle while MLA Mr. Steve Young and Councillor Michael Oshry, Ward 5, were also in attendance. Below is a photo of Mrs. Doreen Losie, President of Canterbury Manor Resident Association and Mrs. Merle Mitchell, President of Canterbury Court Resident Advisory Committee.

On October 1...
We thank our Members for having attended our Special Members' Meeting. There was lots of discussion and optimism that continuing care is at the forefront of the new Government's agenda. The time for action is now to ensure the long-term viability and stability of the continuing care industry in Alberta. We would like to thank Carmen Grabusic, Acting Executive Director, Continuing Care Branch of Alberta Health, for having joined us, pictured below with ACCA CEO, Tammy Leach.



The following news is relevant to the industry and does not express the views or position of the ACCA or our members.
October 21
In response to yesterday's announcement to increase capacity in continuing care, the ACCA issued the following media release.
October 20
Alberta to spend $180 Million more dollars on continuing care beds. Announcement made at new Wing Kei Greenview facility in Calgary. Read more here
October 15
Alberta to open 464 continuing care spaces over next 12 months. Here is an article from cbc news. In response to the announcement, ACCA issued a media release which can be read here.



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