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Topics: Housing and Utilities Organizations: Health

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June 7, 2019

Description

Alberta Health monitors all supportive living and long-term care accommodations for compliance to the Accommodation Standards, minimally on an annual basis. The purpose of the Accommodation Standards is to ensure accommodations maintain a high quality of accommodation services (e.g. meals,...


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March 28, 2018

Description

The Resident and Family Council Act Information Guide (“Guide”) provides a general overview of the Resident and Family Councils Act (“Act”). It is intended to provide assistance to operators of supportive living accommodations, nursing homes and auxiliary hospitals in understanding the...


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March 28, 2018

Description

The Resident and Family Councils Act Toolkit is intended to help residents and families of licensed supportive living and long-term care settings set up and maintain councils. It contains tools and ideas that may also be useful for places with existing councils.


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May 27, 2014

Description

On May 27, 2014, the City of Edmonton and the Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council received the Age-Friendly Alberta Recognition Award for their commitment to becoming an Age-Friendly Edmonton. Edmonton is the first city in Alberta, and fourth city in Canada, to join the World Health...


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June 6, 2013

Description

Strathcona County’s Social Sustainability Framework identified the need for a seniors plan to prepare for shifting demographics. In response, the County developed the Older Adults Plan, approved by Council on June 30, 2009. The plan uses the community’s strength as a base for building an...


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June 30, 2012

Description

The primary objective of the Minimum Housing and Health Standards is to protect and promote the health and well-being of occupants of rental housing premises and of those who may reside in the immediate vicinity of such premises. It establishes minimum conditions which are essential to good...


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April 1, 1995

Description

This document consolidates current minimum program standards for basic services provided in continuing care centres, as defined in Alberta Health legislation and policy documents. These standards are the minimum legal requirements expected of continuing care centre operators.