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2023-2024 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING NOTICE: 

Unionville Home Society, and its affiliate corporations, Wyndham Gardens Apartments of Unionville and Unionville Home Society Foundation, will be holding their AGMs on

Wednesday, June 26, 2024       5:00 pm       

Union Villa LTC, Heritage Lounge

(4300 Highway 7, Unionville, ON)

The AGMs will be hosted in-person with a virtual option for viewing only. If you would like to attend, please register by email at ali@uhs.on.ca and provide your full name and email address, no later than Friday, June 21, 2024. If you have any questions, please call 905.477.2822 ext. 4234.

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UHS ACCESSIBILITY PLAN :  Updated November 2023

Click link below for our detailed and updated 2023/2024 Accessibility Plan: UHS Accessibility Plan - 2023/2024

QUALITY IMPROVEMENT REPORT :  JUNE 2023

To read our detailed Quality Improvement Report, please CLICK HERE.

UHS EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN:  2022

Unionville Home Society (UHS) is committed to ensuring the health, safety, security and protection of its staff, residents, visitors, volunteers, students and contractors.  As such, UHS has created a comprehensive Emergency Management Plan which includes identifying and avoiding or reducing risks, preparing for those that cannot be avoided, activating an emergency plan to respond to an emergency, and returning to normal functioning.

For more information and to view our Emergency Management Policy and Safety Plan and plan, please CLICK HERE.

UHS EQUITY, DIVERSITY & INCLUSION:  

The Unionville Home Society (UHS) recognizes the importance of creating equity, diversity, and inclusivity within our organization and throughout the communities we serve. UHS is located, in the heart of one of the most diverse regions in Ontario. We are committed to exploring the ways in which our workforce and our residents continue to be respected, valued, and supported. Our multi-year Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) plan is our roadmap to aid us in identifying and addressing barriers, advancing initiatives, and continuing to embed equity, diversity, and inclusion into practices across the organization and across the community.

One Mission – Many Voices:  UHS-EDI-Statement-2023

NUHS STRATEGIC PLAN:  2020-2025

The Unionville Home Society (formerly known as New Unionville Home Society - NUHS) Strategic Plan focuses on innovative seniors care that will reflect and respond to the needs of our current and future clients, and the changing nature of long-term care.

Click the link below for the plan:  NUHS 2020-2025 Strategic Plan

Connecting Care
Ontario Health Teams Update

Unionville Home Society is a proud member of the Eastern York Region North Durham (EYRND) Ontario Health Team (OHT). We’ve joined with strategic partners across multiple sectors – including primary care, acute care and community care – to develop an integrated health system that connects care for clients, families and caregivers across Eastern York Region and North Durham communities.

For more information, visit the EYRND website.

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:

Unionville Home Society acknowledges the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe Peoples, the Haudenosaunee Peoples and the Huron Wendat and recognizes their stewardship of the land and its resources. This territory is covered by Treaty 13 and the Williams Treaty and according to the “one dish, one spoon” concept of environmental stewardship, all people living on this land have the responsibility to ensure that the dish will never be empty. 

 All of us at Unionville Home Society take pride in the rich indigenous history of the land and are committed to building a brighter, more honest, more inclusive future where Indigenous perspectives are recognized within Markham’s diverse tapestry of communities.