The new regulation in Canada, effective April 1st, 2024, eliminates mandatory care hours, risking neglect in continuing care facilities.

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The new regulation in Canada removes any legal requirement for continuing care operators to provide a minimum number of hours of nursing care to residents. This means that there is no longer a standard set for the amount of care residents must receive in these facilities. As a result, there is a risk that residents may not receive adequate care, leading to situations where they could be left unattended for extended periods, including being left in unsanitary conditions such as sitting in their own fecal matter.

This change has caused concern among caregivers, nurses, and advocacy groups who fear that vulnerable individuals in these facilities may not receive the level of care they need and deserve. It also raises questions about the quality of care and the responsibility of caregivers and operators in these facilities.

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