Includes information on law related to home care services, such as nursing, social work, homemaking care, help taking a bath, etc.
Some indicators of legal issues
What the clients may say:
- "My parents says the home health care worker doesn't respect his/her privacy."
- "My home care worker doesn't let me eat what I want."
- "Nobody is listening to my opinions about my home care service."
- "My home care hours are being reduced but I still need the same level of service."
- "My allowance for personal support services isn't enough to cover my needs."
Legal Services and Information
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|Reach Canada - Equality and Justice for People With Disabilities - Reach Canada - Equality and Justice for People With Disabilities||COVID-19 (July 12, 2021): Reach's Legal Referral program is accepting calls from clients with disabilities in Ottawa and the Champlain region who require legal assistance. Referrals…|
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|Ontario. Ministry of Health - Long-Term Care ACTION Line||A toll-free government service concerning long-term care homes and Home and Community Care Support Services (HCCSS) in Ontario * handles concerns and registers complaints about…|
|Advocacy Centre for the Elderly||Community legal clinic representation in cases involving issues of particular importance to seniors, such as long term care, hospital discharge issues, elder abuse, government pensions,…|