It's critical that your plan of care is reviewed and updated regularly. But how often? And when should alternative housing options should be discussed with you? Because you may be eligible for Long-Term Care home admission. This new video in the Starting Out Right series, we explain the factors to be considered when deciding to reassess your Plan of Care.
Pro Tip: It’s important for you and your advisors to understand available options for your continued care, if it’s not within the Retirement Home. Learn more about your alternative housing arrangements - watch this video.
Who decides when to reassess your Care Plan?
Any time if, in your opinion (or your substitute decision-make, if any) or the opinion of the Retirement Home Operator,
a goal in the Plan is met;
your care needs change or the care services set out in the Plan are no longer necessary; or
the care services set out in the Plan have not been effective.
- At a minimum, it's revised at least every six months.
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