Congregate Care: Legal Issues Facing Residents, Families & Substitute Decision Makers
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: June 2018
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Congregate care in Ontario includes care homes, retirement homes and long-term care - each with differing legislative frameworks, as well as unique and overlapping challenges. Our expert panel will get you up to speed on the latest information you need to know to better advise and represent your clients, whether they are congregate care residents, family members, or substitute decision makers. Join us to unravel the critical issues at this valuable program.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Graham Webb, Executive Director, Advocacy Centre for the Elderly
Heather Hogan, Counsel, Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Congregate Care in Ontario: An Overview
Heather Hogan, Counsel, Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee

The Regulation of Ontario Retirement Homes: Residents' Rights and Remedies
John Risk, Partner, WeirFoulds LLP

Long Term Care: Residents' Rights and Remedies
Mary Jane Dykeman, Partner, DDO Health Law

Hospital Discharge and Admission to Long-Term Care
Christine Morano, Advocacy Centre for the Elderly

LTC and Hospital Complaints
Craig Thompson, Executive Director, The Patient Ombudsman

Symposium: Privacy and Consent in Congregate Care: What is the Role of SDMs?
John Risk, Partner, WeirFoulds LLP
Mary Jane Dykeman, Counsel, DDO Health Law
Graham Webb, Advocacy Centre for the Elderly
Alex Procope, Partner, Perez Bryan Procope LLP

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