Regulations & Policies

The Fixing Long-Term Care Act, 2021 and its general regulation came into force on April 11, 2022.
This will repeal and replace the existing Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007, and revoke Ontario
Regulation 79/10.

The new legislation was designed to maintain the sections that previously worked well and to
implement changes that advance three core priorities:

1. Improving staffing and care;
2. Protecting residents through better accountability, enforcement, and transparency; and
3. Building modern, safe and comfortable long-term care homes for Ontario’s seniors.

With this new framework in place, the Government is laying the groundwork for systemic, long-
lasting reform over time that will enhance resident quality of care and life in several key areas,

● Resident Rights
● Hours of Care
● Resident Safety and Wellbeing
● Caregivers
● Quality
● Development and Redevelopment
● Emergency Planning
● Medical Directors
● Accountability
● Palliative Care

Below please find the links to the Home’s key reports, policies and procedures:

Continuous Quality Improvement Initiative Report
Visitor’s Policy
Emergency Plan
Indoor Visits During an Outbreak and/or Pandemic
Outdoor Visits During an Outbreak and/or Pandemic
Whistle Blowing Protection Policy
Residents’ Bill of Rights Policy
K-10 AODA policy
K-15 Accessible Customer Service (Customer Service Accessibility And Integrated Accessibility) Policy
Comments, Concerns and Suggestions Procedures