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The Long Term & Continuing Care Association of Manitoba (LTCAM) is a non-profit organization representing over 10,000 elderly individuals and staff across Manitoba's care continuum. Established in 1959, LTCAM has grown to include non-profit and private Assisted Living, Supportive Housing, and Personal Care Home residences in all regional health authorities. Our website serves as a valuable tool to find the right care or home for your loved one. With over 60 years of experience, LTCAM is committed to enhancing the quality of care for long term and continuing care residents and clients. We collaborate with provincial care providers nationwide through the Canadian Association for Long Term Care, sharing evidence-based information and education to improve care throughout the province and Canada.

Old Friends


We are here to help you access and navigate supports and services to help you or your loved one age in place in Manitoba. For more information , please begin with the Options for Seniors option.


Office Hound

Lexie Graham

Office Assistant

Sue Vovchuk

Executive Director

Message From Sue

Letter from our Executive Director


My name is Sue Vovchuk and I am the Executive Director of the Long Term & Continuing Association (LTCAM). I have spent my entire career of over thirty years working with Seniors in Manitoba; in both front-line and leadership positions. I have an in-depth working knowledge of Public Housing, Home Care, Long Term Care (Supportive Housing and Personal Care Homes) and Assisted Living.

I am passionate about improving the quality of care provided to long term and continuing care clients in Manitoba. Together, with all of our members, LTCAM is committed to continuing in its work to build partnerships provincially, nationally and internationally to enhance existing and future care environments for all Seniors in Manitoba.


We are here for you!

LTCAM is a proud member of the Canadian Association for Long Term Care (CALTC). The Canadian Association for Long Term Care was established in 2002 to provide long-term care associations and providers with a forum to share information, best practices and evidence to improve the quality of care provided to residents in long-term care, no matter where they live. Since that time, CALTC has evolved to be the leading advocacy voice for long-term care homes at a national level.

Through our membership with CALTC, we are kept up-to-date and current on national issues in long-term care.

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