CEO Member Report – Fall 2015 Edition

CEO report

The CEO Member Report is an in-depth analysis of key issues happening within BC’s continuing care sector. An electronic copy is available to all members of the BC Care Providers Association and is published at least twice per year.

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2015 CEO Member Report – Fall 2015 Edition

BC Care Aide Registry
Minister Agrees to Establish Continuing Care Collaborative
New Basic Wheelchair Entitlement Policy
Exploring Dementia Villages and Other Care Models in Canada
Delta Hospital Redevelopment
2016 Provincial Budget Recommendations to BC Minister of Finance
Quick Brief: Comparing Funding Lifts by Region
Provision of Home Support by Third Party Operators in an Assisted Living Setting
BCCPA Proposes Significant Transformation of Seniors Care
Policy Paper Opinion Piece by Michael Kary
Be Care Aware Day & SafeCare BC
Dave Hurford Appointed Acting Executive Director of SafeCare BC
WorkSafeBC Set to Lower Premiums for Long-Term Care Providers
Two-Day Dialogue – Towards Better Care for Older Adults
Meetings with Ministry of Health
Augustine House Wins Tribunal Ruling on Ceiling Lifts
SafeCare BC – Working to Prevent Injuries
Seniors Care for a Change – One Year Update
Seniors Advocate Report
2016 Conference Off to a Great Start
Canadian Association of Long Term Care – Annual Meeting
BCCPA Attends National Conference on Frail Elderly
Care to Chat Event Focusing on Dementia Village Sold Out
Nominate Someone Today – BCCPA Annual Awards
3rd Annual Health Minister’s Lunch Attracts Large Crowd
Events Fall/Winter 2015/16
BCSLA & BCCPA Agree to Joint Task Force
Media Coverage of BCCPA Activities
CAREview Project Update
Welcome to Our New Members
BCCPA Can Help With Your Human Resource Recruitment
Affinity Program Launch

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