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...
Long-Term Care Advocates, including ACCA, Call on Trudeau Government to Invest in Seniors' Care.
Canada needs to modernize long-term care infrastructure so that we are able to provide the complex care needed by our aging seniors, says the Canadian Association for Long Term Care (CALTC), of which ACCA is a member. The Association, which represents approximately 150,000 of residents living in long-term care and long-term care operators across Canada, descended on Parliament Hill on February 2 to call on the Trudeau government to make improvements to the care provided to seniors in long-term care, when they can no longer live at home. Click here for the press release.
ACCA 2017 Membership Meetings Sponsored in Less Than 24 Hours!
The ACCA is thrilled to announce Rexall Health Solutions as exclusive sponsor of our 2017 Membership Meetings! Membership Meetings are a great opportunity to join peers in networking and in sharing knowledge. "Having Rexall Health Solutions as exclusive sponsor and corporate partner of the Membership Meetings will allow us to really enhance the meetings going forward. We want members to see great value in coming together for these sessions," said Tammy Leach, CEO.
St. Michael's Long Term Care Centre - Kitchen Expansion Project
ACCA full agrees with Minister Hoffman that the "kitchen is the heart of the home" and MP Kerry Diotte that "the kitchen symbolizes warmth and family". The additional 1,600 sq. ft. will allow St. Michael's culinary team to continue to provide high quality homemade meals to the seniors it serves!
Congratulations ACCA Members!
Canterbury Foundation's 2nd Annual Promise of Home Fall Fundraising Gala helped raise over $50,000 which is 25% of their goal to raise $200,000 over two years to develop and expand their Community Outreach Program. Congratulations!
St. Michael's Extended Care Society hosted their 10th Annual Blue Angel Dinner and raised $120,000 that will assist in their provision of enhanced care, programs and services. Wonderful!
ACCA Hosts 1st Annual Wine & Cheese Member Appreciation Reception
Thank you to all of our valued Members, Voting, Associate and Corporate, for having joined us at our 35th Annual General Meeting on November 17th, followed by our 1st Annual Wine & Cheese Appreciation Reception. Our Members Truly Are Our Greatest Strength! We would also like to thank MLA Karen McPherson for having provided Welcoming Greetings.
Are You LEADing the Way in Digital Health?
Digital health technologies have the potential to transform the delivery of home care in Canada. The Canadian Home Care Association is encouraging members to get involved in the LEADing Practice Challenge. Share how you are increasing the person's experience by using consumer health technologies for a chance to earn great awards! Click here for details.
ACCA Responds to Misleading Parkland Institute Report
The ACCA issued this response to The Parkland Institute's report, "Losing Ground: Alberta's Residential Elder Care Crisis".
ACCA Board Chair - New President of Covenant Care & Covenant Living!
Congratulations to Mr. Truman Severson on being selected as the new President for Covenant Care and Covenant Living, effective July 18, 2016. Truman brings over 20 years of leadership in health and the non-profit sector to help Covenant Care and Covenant Living evolve towards a robust service model that supports innovation and the organization's mission to provide the highest quality of resident-centred care and client-centred services. Click here for complete details.
ACCA Letter to the Editor in Response to Misleading Remarks From AUPE
The ACCA has issued this Letter to the Editor in response to a misleading letter that appeared in the August 27 edition in which AUPE attempts to shift the discussion away from the real issues facing our continuing care industry to the same old red herrings, namely that private care providers are pocketing huge profits and lack transparency. All care providers are held to the same standards and continue to look for operational efficiencies and creativity in delivering quality person-centred care in an industry that continues to be underfunded.
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