The third dose has arrived at CAH
On January 6, 2022, the City of Toronto Public Health Department and CAH were working hard to administer the 3rd dose (the “booster”) to the residents of Place Saint-Laurent and CAH employees at 33 Hahn Place. For the next two weeks, it will be very quiet at CAH, to meet the requirements of Health Ontario in response to the growing 4th wave.
Julie-Anne Lamoureux of CBC Radio recently interviewed CAH clients and staff about the positive impact of the accelerated attendant care training program funded in 2021 by the Ontario government. To listen to the 8-minute montage, check out the last segment, marked at 6:51 p.m. at this link https://ici.radio-canada.ca/ohdio/premiere/emissions/l-heure-du-monde/episodes/591515/rattrapage-du-jeudi-16-decembre-2021.
LA GAZETTE (CAH NEWSLETTER)
This is the DECEMBER edition of CAH’s newsletter (in French only): La Gazette DÉCEMBRE 2021. This edition includes calendars for our Centre for Active Living’s activities for its members, as well as resources to entertain yourself during the slow return to normal.
Here's an update on the status of CAH’s services as of January 6, 2022. The 4th wave, which intensified just before the Christmas holidays, is now in full swing… New changes are now to be put in place, following the new restrictions under provincial guidelines. These changes are effective January 6, 2022 for at least 2 weeks.