Update with Ontario’s Patient Ombudsman


Where: Online Cost: Free

Join the OARC team as the Ontario’s Patient Ombudsman provides an update on his office’s work in long-term care. Specifically Ombudsman Thompson will share:

• Information about a new COVID-19 experience survey for long-term care residents.
• An update on their investigation into COVID-19 outbreaks.
• General information about the types of complaints that Patient Ombudsman can receive from long-term care home residents and caregivers.
• There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and share stories.

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  • Ontario Association of Residents' Councils (OARC)
    Phone:905-731-3710 or 1-800-532-0201

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