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in order to provide the best quality care and services to its Residents and Clients. Some operate locally while others operate on provincial or national scale. Please visit the websites of these organizations to find out more about them:

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Community Care Access Centre (CCAC)

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There are 14 Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) operating in several branch and site offices across Ontario. The CCAC boundaries align with the geographic boundaries of Ontario’s 14 Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs).

Community Care Access Centres coordinate services for seniors, people with disabilities and people who need health care services to help them live independently in the community. Staff at the centres provide information and coordinate professional, personal support and homemaking services for people living in their own homes, and for school children with special needs. CCACs also determine eligibility and make arrangements for admission to some day programs, supportive housing/assisted living programs, and to certain chronic care and rehabilitation beds, and to all long-term care facilities.

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www.healthcareathome.ca

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Local Health Integrated Network (LHIN)

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There are 14 Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) in Ontario. The aim of the Champlain LHIN which encompasses Ottawa is to help coordinate health services so that people receive the care they need and deserve in a timely way. The LHIN does not provide services directly rather, our mandate is to ensure the services are well organized, appropriately funded and meet the needs of residents of all ages. The Champlain LHIN plans, coordinates and funds health services in the following health sectors:

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  • Hospitals
  • Community Care Access Centre (home care)
  • Addictions and Mental Health Agencies
  • Community Support Services (such as Meals on Wheels)
  • Community Health Centres
  • Long-Term Care Homes.

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Champlain Committee Transportation Collaborative (CCTC)

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This collaborative of 26 agencies aims to provide non-urgent transportation to seniors and adults with disabilities in order to improve access to health and community services in the Champlain Local Health Integration Network region.

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Adult Day Program Association (ADPA)

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ADPA members connect with, support and learn from each other to optimize the value and quality of adult day programs in the region. It also actively collaborates on planning priorities that enable system improvements aimed at providing all day program clients and caregivers with a person-centered experience.

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The Champlain Community Shared Services Operation (SSO)

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The SSO provides Information and Communications Technology (ICT)/Information Systems (IS) services to community sector agencies (CSS, CRC, CHC) within the Champlain Region. The SSO implemented a shared Client Information System for the sector. The SSO centralized and integrated support for other existing shared services in the Community Sector. The Champlain CCAC is the host agency for the services.

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Ontario Community Support Association

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OCSA’s mission is to strengthen and promote home and community support as the foundation of a sustainable health care system. The vision is a strong, sustainable health system that ensures personalized care when and where you need it.

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www.ocsa.on.ca

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The Ontario Association of Residents’ Councils (OARC)

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The Ontario Association of Residents’ Councils (OARC) primary goals are: Supporting Residents’ Councils, Speaking with one voice for residents, Promoting a standard of care, Influencing legislation, and that Residents who are living in Long-Term Care homes maintain their: Independence, Privacy and their Dignity. We are a non-profit association providing a network to strengthen the voice of residents through their Councils.

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www.ontarc.com

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The City of Ottawa

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The Glebe Centre gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the City of Ottawa / The Glebe centre remercie sincèrement la Ville d’Ottawa de son soutien financier.

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