NDP introduces legislation to give long-term care residents and their families more say at Alberta facilities
By Jonathan Ablett | November 10, 2017
Bill 22, dubbed the Resident and Family Councils Act, would impact public, private and non-profit long-term care and supportive living facilities. It would also stipulate that operators of those facilities work with councils on various issues, including food, services and activities.
The government said Alberta Health will consult with long-term and supportive living facility operators, residents and their families in the coming weeks and months, in order to help develop a toolkit and information guide on self-governing councils.
The bill passed first reading on Tuesday. If passed into law, the government said the Resident and Family Councils Act would come into effect on April 1.
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