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WHO IS A CONNECTING CARE CLIENT?

Developers:

  • With land to develop
  • Builders looking for market advantage
  • Aging in place is the model for supportive housing which means a health care component needs to be in place for the long-term viability of a project
  • Financing requires experienced operations management

Management Bodies & Not-for-Profit Organizations:

  • Facility management.
  • Partnership in facility development.
  • Home Care Block Funding – making application, operating, care plan design.
  • Designated Assisted Living – management, proposals, implementation.
  • Foodservice menu and costing development.
  • Operations, Occupational, Health & Safety Management Manuals and Training.
  • Hospitality versus institutional model of care.
  • Training.
  • Partnering in Day Programs.

Property Managers:

  • Looking to keep their best residents.
  • Looking to add another level of service or facility to existing projects.
  • Aging in Place concept.
  • Converting facilities to seniors communities.
  • Regional Health Authorities.
  • Providing assistance and consulting to a Management Body requiring expertise and assistance in developing a Designated Assisted Living facility.
  • Operating facilities owned by the region.
  • Building or converting facilities to meet the needs of a community or region.
  • Participating in Public Private Partnerships.

Investors:

  • Looking for solid and safe returns.
  • Looking for long term stability and consistent return on investment.
  • Investing in the community.

Financial Institutions:

  • Proven Management.
  • Assistance with problem facilities.
  • Management for developers with limited seniors’ experience and time to learn.
  • Operational and financial reviews.
  • Operations for court appointed receiver.

WHAT SERVICES CAN CONNECTING CARE PROVIDE?

Management

Facility:

  • Complete Operations – restaurant-style foodservice, custodial, maintenance, recreation, care, safety, financial, human resources, resident consultations, marketing, standards of excellence
  • Partial Operations – Foodservice management, housekeeping, marketing
  • Property Management

Health Care:

  • Designated Assisted Living Management (DAL)
  • Designated Supportive Housing (DSH)
  • Block Funded Home Care Management
  • Care Plan design and implementation
  • Recreation Programming

Financial:

  • Budgets
  • Accounting services
  • Labour relations and collective bargaining
  • Regular shareholder reporting and meetings

Investment:

  • Conversion of an existing facility
  • Development of a facility
  • Secure business model
  • Projects with low risk and safe returns

Program Development and Consulting

Operational Improvement:

  • Organizational chart
  • Human Resources
  • Foodservice
  • Housekeeping
  • Procurement
  • Systems
  • Standards of Excellence
  • Occupancies
  • Marketing

Health Authority Negotiations:

  • Block Funded Home Care
  • Designated Assisted Living
  • New arrangements for providing services
  • Facility changes
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