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(1) A licensee, other than a licensee who provides a type of care described as Child and Youth Residential or Community Living, must display in a prominent place in the community care facility(a) both the licence, including any terms or conditions of the licence, and the name of the manager, and(b) the most recent routine inspection record made under section 9 (1) (d) of the Act.(2) Subsection (1) does not apply if the community care facility is located in a structure that is the personal residence of(a) the owner or occupier, or(b) an employee or agent of the owner or occupier.(3) When advertising or otherwise offering services to the public, a licensee must identify the type of care being offered.
(1) A licensee must not suspend, temporarily or permanently, operation of a community care facility unless the licensee has, at least one year before the suspension begins, given written notice to the following:(a) a medical health officer;(b) the persons in care;(c) the contact persons of the persons in care;(d) the parents or representatives of the persons in care.(2) A licensee must not reduce or expand, or substantially change the nature of, the accommodation or services provided by a community care facility unless the licensee has(a) at least 120 days before the reduction, expansion or change begins, given written notice to the following:(i) a medical health officer;(ii) the persons in care;(iii) the contact persons of the persons in care;(iv) the parents or representatives of the persons in care, and(b) received written approval from the medical health officer.(3) A licensee must not sell, lease or otherwise transfer control of a community care facility unless the licensee has(a) either, at least 120 days before the sale, lease or transfer, given written notice to the following:(i) a medical health officer;(ii) the persons in care;(iii) the contact persons of the persons in care;(iv) the parents or representatives of the persons in careor been informed by a medical health officer that notice(v) need not be in writing, or(vi) may be given less than 120 days before the sale, lease or transfer, and(b) satisfied the medical health officer that the intended purchaser, lessee or transferee(i) will continue the operation of the community care facility for at least 12 months from the date of sale, lease or transfer, and(ii) has applied, and is qualified, to be the licensee of the community care facility.(4) Subsection (3) does not apply to a community care facility operated by a designated corporation under the A licensee who provides a type of care described as Long Term Care must have liability insurance to insure the licensee against liability for property damage and bodily injury arising in relation to the community care facility.
;"Canada's Food Guide" means the current edition of the publication produced by or on behalf of the Government of Canada that promotes nutritional health by guiding food selection according to food classification and serving sizes;"care plan" means a care plan under section 81 [care plan needed if more than 30 day stay];"contact person" means an individual who is designated by(a) an adult person in care, or(b) the parent or representative of a person in careto act as a contact person in respect of the person in care;"criminal record check" means a criminal record check under the ;"food services" means operations of a community care facility related to providing meals and snacks to persons in care and includes menu planning, food purchasing, food storage and preparation, the serving of meals and snacks, space and equipment requirements and sanitation;"funding program" means a program operated by the provincial or federal government, a municipal government, a first nations government, or an agency of any of these, under which funds are provided to a licensee on an ongoing basis for the purpose of providing care to persons in care;"health care provider" has the same meaning as in the ;"medication administration record" means a record of the administration of all doses of medication to a person in care;"medication safety and advisory committee" means the committee established under section 68 ;"parent or representative" means a person who(a) in the case of a child or youth, is the child or youth's parent within the meaning of the Child Care Licensing Regulation, B. (1) If a person in care requires monitoring, or a signalling device, to ensure that person's health and safety, a licensee must provide a monitoring system or signalling device that(a) is appropriate to the needs of the person in care,(b) will identify to employees the location of the person in care, and(c) will signal to employees that the person in care needs immediate assistance.(2) A licensee must provide communication devices and other means of communication that(a) are appropriate to the needs of the persons in care,(b) enable persons in care to communicate their needs to employees, and(c) enable employees to communicate with each other in respect of the needs of persons in care.(3) If a licensee installs electronic devices for the purposes of transmitting or recording images of persons in care or members of the public, the licensee must display in a prominent place notice that electronic surveillance is being used. 4.] (1) A licensee must ensure that each person in care has a separate bedroom.(2) Despite subsection (1), a licensee may accommodate 2 persons in care in a bedroom if(a) fewer than 5% of the maximum number of persons in care that the community care facility is licensed to accommodate share a bedroom,(b) the bedroom is screened in a manner that is sufficient to ensure the privacy and dignity of each occupant,(c) measures are in place to protect the health, safety, personal comfort and dignity of each occupant, and(d) a plan has been made for the transfer of one or both occupants, at the request of either of the occupants, to a separate bedroom.(3) A licensee who provides a type of care described as Child and Youth Residential must ensure that no person in care who is over 6 years old is accommodated in a bedroom that is shared with a person of the opposite gender.
332/2007, or(b) in the case of an adult, has authority(i) under the to make health or personal care decisions on behalf of the adult, but nothing in this regulation confers on the person any greater authority to make health or personal care decisions than the person has under those Acts or an agreement under the ;"reportable incident" means a reportable incident as set out in Schedule D;"restraint" means any chemical, electronic, mechanical, physical or other means of controlling or restricting a person in care's freedom of movement in a community care facility, including accommodating the person in care in a secure unit;"short term care plan" means a short term care plan under section 80 (1) A prescribed residential program for the purpose of paragraph (b) of the definition of "care" in section 1 of the Act is Child and Youth Residential, being a program that(a) provides a type of care set out in subsection (2) to a child or youth, or(b) promotes or supports the behavioural, intellectual, physical or social development of a child or youth in a therapeutic residential setting.(2) The following types of care may be provided to adults who meet the criteria in paragraph (c) of the definition of "care" set out in section 1 of the Act:(a) Hospice, being residential care and short-term palliative services for persons in care at the end of their lives;(b) Mental Health, being residential care for persons who are in care primarily due to a mental disorder;(b.1) Substance Use, being residential care for persons who are in care primarily due to substance dependence;(c) Long Term Care, being residential care for persons with chronic or progressive conditions, primarily due to the aging process;(d) Community Living, being residential care for persons with developmental disabilities;(e) Acquired Injury, being residential care for persons whose physical, intellectual and cognitive abilities are limited primarily due to an injury, including persons suffering from brain injuries or injuries sustained in accidents.[am. A licensee must provide at least one conveniently located telephone, for use only by persons in care, that(a) has a private line,(b) has adaptations, as necessary, to meet the needs of persons in care, and(c) is accessible to persons in care at all times.
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