SPRINT Senior Care is launching a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Educational Series titled: “Pride, Creativity and Aging” to shed light on the complex and diverse lives of older LBGT folks. This series is focused on embracing our identities as we age. The educational series is open to all and will take place on… Read More about “SPRINT Senior Care is launching an LGBT Educational Series”
The Local is a storytelling platform that brings a human dimension to population health data in the Toronto Central LHIN. It tells hyperlocal stories about population health issues and grassroots innovations happening within the Toronto neighbourhoods that make up the LHIN’s five sub-regions. The majority of neighbourhoods in North Toronto have a higher population of seniors living… Read More about “SPRINT Senior Care client’s story featured in UHN OpenLab’s The Local”
Source: Toronto Central LHIN Toronto Central LHIN has divided its region into five sub-regions to provide a foundation for the development of local integrated systems to ensure that residents receive better health outcomes. According to Toronto Central LHIN, these local planning areas will assist the Toronto Central LHIN to more effectively plan, evaluate and improve each local… Read More about “Toronto Central LHIN Appoints SPRINT Senior Care CEO as North Toronto Community Care Co-Lead”
SPRINT Senior Care could not care for seniors without a dedicated army of volunteers who generously give their time. On Thursday, November 10th, we brought our amazing volunteers together for the Annual Volunteer Social. We would like thank our sponsors who graciously provided us with door prizes for the event, including: The Bull: A Firkin… Read More about “SPRINT Senior Care Hosts 2016 Annual Volunteer Social”
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Premier of Ontario Kathleen Wynne visited SPRINT Senior Care’s main office to discuss investments in senior care and to meet with our Active Fingers Knitting and Crochet Group.