Media Advisory - Seniors in Waterloo Wellington LHIN to Benefit From Aging at Home Strategy

    TORONTO, June 19 /CNW/ - As part of the province's $1.1 billion Aging at
Home Strategy, Leeanna Pendergast, MPP Kitchener-Conestoga and Kathy Durst,
Chair, Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network will be on hand to
announce new Aging at Home vans and local programming designed to improve
access to community care for seniors in the Waterloo Wellington Local Health
Integration Network (LHIN).
    A photo op includes seniors interacting with MPP Pendergast and vans that
will offer Ontario seniors rides to health-related appointments.

    Date:        Friday, June 20, 2008

    Time:        11:30 a.m.

    Location:    St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church
                 49 Queen Street North, Kitchener

                                                      Disponible en français

For further information:

For further information: Laurel Ostfield, Minister's Office, (416)
212-4048; Mark Nesbitt, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, (416) 314-6197

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