Lessons Learned from
25 Years of Long-Term Care Reform

Over many years, Canadian leaders in aging and long-term care have proposed recommendations for change and reform. But change has been slow to come, minimal in nature and woefully insufficient. The result: many seniors in long-term care continue to experience poor quality of life.

Making Change: Lessons Learned

The team at Re:Think Long-Term Care has carried out a significant review of these longstanding recommendations for reform, and has identified barriers that have slowed or prevented change. Our report, MAKING CHANGE: Lessons Learned from 25 Years of Long-Term Care Reform summarizes these findings and provides potential steps that can finally bring about meaningful reform.

The report was launched in November 2021, and is available here. It is designed to serve as an insightful review and a catalyst for active change.

We look forward to continuing to engage with key role players and individuals as we facilitate collaboration, significant actions and substantive projects that ignite new approaches and policies for long-term care.

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