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Pets can provide many benefits, especially during times of stress. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, special consideration should be given to animals that reside in or visit long-term care homes (LTCHs), where COVID-19 may transmit more easily and people are at risk of more severe disease. This document has additional measures aimed to include pets in the management of the risks for spreading COVID-19.
Geographical information for the head offices of Community Care Access Centres (CCACs). The CCACs are the local organizations established by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to give people access to government-funded home and community services and long-term care homes. They also provide information about and connect people to local community support service agencies to arrange services. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code *[CCACs]: Community Care Access Centres This dataset is no longer collected and as such will no longer be updated.
Geographical information about community support services in the home or community. Community Support services help people to maintain their safety and independence while living at home. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code
Geographic information about Family Health Teams (FHT) are community-centred primary care organizations created to provide comprehensive family health care services across Ontario. FHTs provide primary care services to rural, urban, and unique populations of patients with both typical and specialized health needs. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code *[FHTs]: Family Health Teams
Geographic information on Independent Health Facility's (IHFs). An IHF, subject to certain exemptions, is a place in which one or more members of the public receives health services or a health facility or class of health facilities designated by the Minster of Health and Long-Term Care.
Geographic information on the locations of midwifery clinics. In 1994, midwifery became part of the Ontario healthcare system and is provided free of charge to residents of the province. Midwives provide care in both the hospital and home setting.
"Home and community care" services help people to receive care at home, rather than in a hospital or long-term care facility, and to live as independently as possible in the community.
Geographical information of hospitals: including public, private and specialty psychiatric. The geographical information includes: * organization name * city * address * postal code
The Public Health Agency of Canada released evidence-informed guidelines to help residents, seniors and health care workers in long-term care homes remain safe and healthy. The "Infection Prevention and Control for COVID-19: Interim Guidance for Long-Term Care Homes" provides recommendations that complement provincial and territorial public health efforts to prevent and control health care-associated infections.
Funding agreements to support provinces and territories improve access to home and community care and mental health and addiction services, and infection prevention and control in long-term care facilities and seniors’ residences providing continuing care services.