We acknowledge that the land upon which we gather is in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. This land is governed by the Treaties of Peace and Friendship. We pay our respects to the Indigenous Mi’Kma’ki People who have occupied this land for over 12,000 years; past, present, and future. We also recognize the 400+ year history of communities of African descent and the 50 African Nova Scotian communities throughout the region today.
-- Krista Beeler, Administrator, Dykeland Lodge, Windsor NS
THINKING OUT LOUD: Nursing homes post-pandemic
HALIFAX, N.S. — COVID is still around but for practical purposes the public health emergency is over. And that is welcomed news for the Nursing Homes of Nova Scotia Association.
Update to Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 Response
With the World Health Organization saying COVID-19 no longer requires a global emergency-type response, Nova Scotia is changing its approach to managing the virus. COVID-19 will be treated similar to
Construction Beginning on Long-term Care Homes in Central Zone
Construction is beginning on the development of six long-term care homes in Halifax-area communities. The facilities, which are scheduled to open in 2025, will provide new living spaces for 720
#LTCProud Thursday, June 8, 2023 Change is happening. Years of advocacy from our sector is translating into action and a strengthened collective will. Awareness of the issues facing long term […]
-- Angelo Colalillo, Vice President, Eastern CanadaComplete Purchasing Services and QUASEP
Associate Membership: Non-profit organizations or person wishing to support and advance the Nursing Homes of Nova Scotia Association through active advocacy and education.
Corporate Membership: Companies and businesses with an interest in the activities of the Nursing Homes of Nova Scotia Association that market/sell products and services to provider members.