Who Can Ask for Assistance
- Any person interested in improving the quality of care for consumers
- A consumer receiving services from a home care agency
- A resident of a long-term care facility
- An employee or administrator of a home care agency or a long-term care facility
- A friend or relative of a resident or consumer
- Representatives of public agencies and community groups
Ombudsman Program Publications
- Long-Term Care brochure – describes how the Ombudsman Program can advocate for long-term care consumers.
- Home Care brochure – describes how the Ombudsman Program can advocate for home care consumers.
- Hospice brochure - describes how the Ombudsman Program can advocate for hospice consumers.
- Become a Volunteer Ombudsman brochure – describes the duties of and how to become a volunteer ombudsman.
- Hospice in Long-Term Care Facilities booklet – information for individuals in long-term care facilities and their families.
- Your Guide to Residents’ Rights in Nursing Facilities – designed for residents of nursing facilities. Describes the rights of residents in a nursing facility.
- Your Guide to Residents’ Rights in Assisted Housing Programs – designed for residents of assisted housing programs including assisted living and residential care facilities. Describes the rights of residents in an assisted housing program.
- A Consumer Guide: Home Care Services and Consumer Rights – describes home care services and consumer rights for home care consumers.
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"All long-term care consumers have the right to be treated with dignity and respect."