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New Addition To The Transportation Fleet

Posted on Dec 17, 2014

The Transportation Department is very excited to announce the arrival of a new Ford Crestline E450 bus. She was born 13000 lbs and 9 ft 7 inches tall . She can seat up to 20 people and includes space for 4 wheelchairs. She has a rear back-up camera and a foot step. She is really looking forward to bringing seniors to our Adult Day Programs, out for social events, day trips, shopping trips, and whatever else is required. The picture above shows her resting beside her sibling, Dolphin. 

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Joseph and Shirley working it

Ballroom Dance Classes

Posted on Dec 15, 2014

Joseph Hsiung & Shirley Lau have been ballroom dance instructors at SPLC for over 10 years. They teach over 10 classes a week from beginner to advanced levels in English, Cantonese and Mandarin. Dances include quick step, cha cha, rumba, jive, waltz and tango. St.Paul’s L’Amoreaux Centre Ballroom Dance classes will be starting on January 8, 2015. Register early to reserve your spot. Please call 416-493-3333 for more infomation. Here is a video of Joseph Hsiung & Shirley Lau performing a Tango:

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2014 Client Satisfaction Survey Early Results

Posted on Dec 1, 2014

Thank you for participating in our 2014 Client Satisfaction Survey. The approximately 600 surveys returned will help us shape our programs and services, while providing essential feedback about our strengths and areas for improvement. Here are some preliminary results from the survey:  

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Ross Baker, Co-Principal Investigator, IDEAS  Diane Duncan, St. Pauls L’Amoreaux Centre  Sarafina Hui, St. Pauls L'Amoreaux Centre, Adalsteinn Brown, Co-Principal Investigator - IDEAS, Joshua Tepper, President and CEO - Health Quality Ontario

IDEAS 2014 Alumni Achievement Award

Posted on Nov 28, 2014

Sarafina Hui, Melinda Lau, and Frieda Tsang of St. Paul's L'Amoreaux Centre were recently awarded a 2014 Alumni Achievement Award by IDEAS (Improving & Driving Excellence Across Sectors), a province-wide educational initiative to build capacity in quality improvement and change management across all health care sectors. 

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