January 2016

Candace Chartier CEO, Ontario Long-Term Care Association: Action for Seniors

11:45am-1:30pm | Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel - 525 Bay Street, Toronto

Ontario’s long-term care homes are facing unprecedented challenges as a result of dramatically increasing rates of acuity among the seniors they’re caring for. More and more, our long-term care homes are finding that they’re ill-equipped to meet today’s demands, as a result of an outdated system and funding that hasn’t kept pace with the care needs of our aging population.

On January 27th, 2016, Candace Chartier, President and CEO of the Ontario Long Term Care Association, will speak about these challenges and put forward a realistic plan to provide seniors living in long-term care with the care they deserve. By implementing these recommendations, seniors in Ontario will be the beneficiaries of the best care possible, and the health system will benefit from the savings generated when we’re caring for people in the most appropriate setting.

Member price:
Individual seat: $89 +HST
Table (seats 10): $800 +HST

Regular price:
Individual seat: $110 +HST
Table (seats 10): $990 +HST

*Speech at 12 p.m., lunch to follow*

Candace Chartier CEO, Ontario Long-Term Care Association: Action for Seniors

Candace Chartier

Ontario Long Term Care Association

Candace Chartier

Candace brings a wealth of sector experience to her role as Chief Executive Officer. She is a strong leader, effective communicator and practiced health care professional who leads and delivers results on wide ranging and complex projects.

Previously, Candace held positions such as Chief Operating Officer, Corporate Project Director, Administrator and Director of Care in long-term care. She started her career as an RN and worked in the Acute Care Sector, Rehabilitation, Community Nursing and the Aeromedical Nursing fields. Candace is a strong advocate for long-term care both provincially and nationally as an executive with the Canadian Association for Long Term Care.

Candace holds an MBA from Western University Richard Ivey School of Business and is a graduate of Queens University Executive Development Program and the University of Toronto Rotman School of Management, Advanced Health Leadership Executive Program. Candace also holds the ICD.D designation with the Institute of Corporate Directors.

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