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. Read more... 

Annual Report:

To view our the ACCA 2014 Annual Report, please click below.






Community Events:


Registration now open for CapitalCare People & Progress Continuing Care Conference 2015 (Feb 5 & 6).  More...



The Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA), in partnership with the University of Calgary and the Ward of the 21st Century, is offering two courses geared for professionals interested in learning practical approaches for investigating and managing patient safety events. More...


2015 ASCHA Convention & Tradeshow, happening Apr 15 - 17, 2015, Partnership and Sponsorship Levels have been announced. Click to read 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!






Happy Holidays! 

The ACCA would like to wish you all a very peaceful happy holiday season with friends and loved ones, and all the best for the coming new year. Please note, our office will be closed from December 20th, reopening January 5th.


IQ 2015 Conference!

We are very pleased to announce that the Inspiring Quality Conference, IQ 2015, will be happening November 25th - 26th at the Edmonton Expo Centre. Sponsorship details, exhibitor information and speaker opportunities will be shared early in the new year. You won't want to miss this event!


Thank you!

Thank you to our Members for having joined us at our AGM held on November 12 in Edmonton. We would also like to thank special guest speaker, the Honourable Jeff Johnson, Minister of Seniors, pictured below with ACCA CEO Tammy Leach and ACCA Chair John Pray, who spoke of a Vision for Continuing Care in Alberta


We were also joined by guests Isabel Henderson and Nancy Guebert of the Alberta Health Services Continuing Care Resolution Team whose update caused much thought-provoking discussion. We know there needs to be immediate change and enhanced support of the continuing care industry in Alberta; but the ladies did provide a quote regarding the good work performed by operators that sometimes goes overlooked. "You can't judge the care by the number of chandeliers."

ACCA Revised Bylaws
Attached is a copy of the revised October 1, 2014 Bylaws, which now includes the October 10, 2014 Resolution (3.6.2 Calculation of Weighting) that was passed via email vote. A minimum of 32 in favour votes were required in order to pass the resolution. 


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


The following news is relevant to the industry and does not express the views or position of the ACCA or our members.
November 27
Health Minister Stephen Mandel said the province is currently evaluating capital projects and determining where the priorities are. "Invest more in Misericordia Hospital", says NDP. Read more , published in the Edmonton Journal by Mariam Ibrahim.
November 18
"Fort McMurray woman calls for AHS inquiry into continuing care centre" - CBC News. Click here
November 5
Though the risk to Canadians from Ebola Virus Disease is very low, the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) have created an Ebola Virus Disease Guidance for LPNs document for information about LPN responsibilities, resources and support.



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