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Long-term care meeting April 30

The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care is inviting people to learn more about proposed changes to long-term care in Guelph at a public meeting on April 30 at 10 a.m. at the Victoria Road Recreation Centre.
The province is considering plans to have The Elliott Long-Term Care Residence fulfill Guelph’s requirements under the Ontario Long-Term Care Homes Act, a news release said.
Currently, the city meets its long-term care requirements through an agreement with the County of Wellington, but the province has been asked to approve The Elliott as Guelph’s municipal home.
If approval is granted, the county will continue operating the Wellington Terrace without financial support from the City of Guelph, the release said.
The proposed changes would not change the number of long-term care beds in Guelph or how people access long-term care services in the area, it said.
The Ministry of Health is inviting feedback on the proposed changes until April 30.

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