Decades of experience to draw from
While some care homes in Alberta have been in operation for 3-15 years, CHAA’s care homes have between 30 and 165 years of experience. That wealth of experience — through two previous pandemics — helped us mobilize and adapt throughout COVID-19.
Workforce health and stability
As our continuing care workforce struggled throughout the pandemic under the weight of uncertainty, changing protocols, grief and fatigue, our operators advocated for staffing supports to retain and rejuvenate our valued staff.
COVID lessons learned
Alberta’s Auditor General released a report on how our continuing care system responded during the early months of the pandemic. As expected, not-for-profit care homes fared better than some others.
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Continuing care regulations
While legislation confers broad powers or imposes high-level restrictions, regulations are intended to govern the details around who is accountable to carry out specific actions and what those actions should entail. Alberta initiated some consultatio
Who monitors and enforces adherence to regulations?
There are multiple layers of accountability built into regulations to ensure contracted operators know what’s expected.
42 recommendations for system transformation
The FBCC Review drew 42 conclusions and recommendations to transform the sector. Here’s a summary of the findings.Work on the Facility-based Continuing Care (FBCC) Review recommendations is well under way and is expected to continue for years to come