Every day front-line workers, staff, and care providers across Manitoba engage in challenging and inspiring work. The Long Term & Continuing Care Association of Manitoba will celebrate their dedication, innovation, and excellence within continuing care sector across the province at the 16th Ceremony at the Victoria Inn and Convention Centre May 14, 2019.
The nomination process is simple!
Click here to see the poster
Click here to see letter for families
Click here for the nomination form
The award is open to all staff and volunteers who are engaged in providing care and services to seniors throughout the province of MB. Membership in LTCAM is NOT required.
Nominations are being accepted until March 22 2019. Be sure to fill out the nomination forms completely, with photos, and use specific examples.
All nominees will be celebrated on the LTCAM website. Their “stories” will be featured as well. Winners will be chosen by the LTCAM Conference Planning Committee and will receive an all expense paid pass to the conference to receive their awards. One guest of the winner will be invited to attend a complimentary lunch and the ceremony.
NEW for 2019
All nominators will be entered in a draw to win one of three Amazon Gift Cards! So what are you waiting for? If you haven’t done so already take the time to nominate someone who is making a difference!
Now!! Introducing something for all
you hard working nominators...
Nominate someone & be entered to win a $50 Gift Card!
Each award winner will receive a contribution towards SUSTAINABILITY for their initiative.
This is made possible by our generous
Awards for Excellence 2019 Sponsor:
MMP Principal Architect, Robert Wrublowsky, was interviewed by Nancy Gregory, formerly of CBC on her new podcast, One on One. The podcast features Nancy interviewing changemakers in business that are making a difference in our communities and improving our daily lives.
In this inaugural episode, Robert talks about the Small House Model, a building system found to be the most successful strategy in providing environments that foster a sense of home, connectedness, and happiness for residents. Robert speaks about his qualifications as a level III EDAC (Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification) practitioner and how his research and knowledge about best case practices in models of care can positively affect our seniors if they could be implemented here in Winnipeg.
One on One podcast will be officially launching in a few weeks. In the mean time please download the episode here (MP3, 53MB).