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Working together, this unique program guides long-term care home teams of staff and residents to co-develop and co-facilitate education sessions about the Residents’ Bill of Rights (LTCHA 2007). The program provides educators with a step-by-step guide, videos, exercises and resources to develop the education. Learn how this program can support Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Best Practices and Health Quality Ontario Quality Improvement Plans.
Download a PDF copy of the program guide here free of charge
Paper copies can be obtained for the following fees:
OARC Members $75.00 Non-Members $90.00
To learn more about the program, including testimonials from long-term care home residents and staff please view the program video here.
"27 The Line" was produced to support education about the Ontario Long-Term Care Homes Act (2007), Residents' Bill of Rights. The video is used in OARC's "Through Our Eyes: Bringing the Residents' Bill of Right Alive" program.
The OARC videos listed below were created to support facilitation teams as they work through the program. Please view the corresponding video together before each meeting.
The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario and OARC are working together to spread the word about the OARC’s Through Our Eyes program and how well it fits into the Person and Family Centered Care Clinical Best Practice Guidelines. Together, these programs work to complement evidence-based recommendations and facilitate participation from residents, family members and the whole home as they improve residents’ and families’ experience of health care and the Residents’ Bill of Rights (LTCHA 2007). Click here to learn more.
We thank those residents, professionals and organizations who supported the creation of this program!
Funded, in part, by the Government of Ontario through the Schlegel Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long Term Care. The views expressed in this program do not necessarily reflect those of the Government of Ontario.