Residents May Have Limited Visitations but Not Limited Rights

Does it feel like almost a whole year has passed since Covid-19 begin or does it feel much, much longer. In this time when we have not gotten to hug our loved ones or share a meal with them, many things have changed, but many things have remained the same. Although residents in long-term care are not being allowed the freedom to come and go as they please or to have visitors as they have in the past, their rights do remain in place. Residents Rights are the main tool that guides ombudsmen in doing their job of advocating for…

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