Contribute to HSO's National Long-Term Care Services Standard
Engage with Us
Find out how you can keep engaged and contribute to HSO’s National Long-Term Care Services Standard. Throughout the development of HSO’s National Long-Term Care Services Standard we are committed to hearing the voices of all - through our successful inaugural National Survey that garnered more than 16,000 responses, our Consultation Workbooks, and Town Halls.
We are on a mission to capture the diverse perspectives of residents, families, health service providers, clinicians and policymakers from across Canada on the needs and gaps in long-term care services — including the voices of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples and vulnerable populations.
Complete a Consultation Workbook or Host a Roundtable with a Group
Our Consultation Workbooks have been developed to ensure Canadians have a clear voice in the development of HSO’s new National Long-Term Care Services Standard. Our Consultation Workbooks can be completed by anyone who is interested in providing their input on improving the delivery of long-term care in Canada, whether you are a long-term care resident, family member, health care provider, researcher or anyone else.
We particularly welcome people who have already completed our inaugural National Survey to complete a Consultation Workbook by responding to more specific consultation questions that arose out of the more than 16,000 survey responses and will help us better develop the new standard.
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Aug 06, 2021
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