Know this - Resident's Bill of Rights in Retirement Home

Did you know every Retirement Home in Ontario must have a Resident's Bill of Rights to protect your safety, privacy and care? Ask to see it when you tour a Retirement Home. This information must be accessible to potential residents and residents. 

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Spend two minutes learning Ontario Retirement Home Resident’s Bill of Rights.

If you want the inside track on what else to ask about, watch the complete video series. 

What you need to know about the Resident's Rights...

The right to:

  • Have your lifestyle and choices respected to freely pursue your social, cultural, religious, spiritual and other interests as long as they don’t substantially interfere with the reasonable enjoyment of the Home,

  • Raise concerns or recommend changes,

  • Receive privacy in treatment and in caring for your personal needs, and

  • Know if the Home is also a care Home within the meaning of the Residential Tenancies Act. If it is, you’ll have rights and responsibilities as tenants.  

If you’re looking for assistance identifying a senior living option that fits your needs, contact us for a free one-hour consultation.  

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