November 18, 2021

Collaborating For Change:
Re-Imagining Long-Term Care

The Re-Imagining Long-Term Care Collaboration Event was hosted by Re:Think Policy Change on November 18, 2021. This Event was intended as a starting point for dialogue, rather than a comprehensive analysis of any of the many issues raised. Its key purposes were to:

• Create a forum for connection, dialogue and collaboration among organizations and individuals who have been working towards transformation of long-term care;
• Explore and share strategies for change;
• Identify opportunities for Re:Think to support the ongoing efforts towards change.

The Event brought together 29 participants, each of whom has made significant contributions towards reform in long-term care, whether as researchers, advocates, thought-leaders, or institutional change-makers. Over the course of a morning, participants collectively engaged in a lively exploration of pathways towards meaningful change in long-term care, supported by a series of panel discussions and by the results of the Lessons Learned research project. Building on the results of the Lessons Learned project and the ensuing Report, four key questions were explored through-out the Event.

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