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Kisssoo.com – CUPE reiterates call for more funding, legislated standard for long-term care residents
Since 1992, the complexity of care needs of Ontario’s long-term care residents – the majority of who are 85 years of age or older – has increased significantly. 73 per cent of residents have some form of Alzheimer’s or dementia and most need help with feeding, bathing, toileting and getting out of bed.
Here’s how you can help make a 4 hour daily care standard the law.
Print out our Time to Care petition and get your family and friends to sign it. Since this petition is being submitted to the Ontario Legislative Assembly we require that ALL petitions be original copies signed and returned to: Kerry Davenport, CUPE Ontario, 80 Commerce Valley Drive East, Suite 1, Markham, ON, L3T 0B2.
What needs to change?
Mobilization Training for Time to Care Campaign
March 8 to 11, 2015 – Cornwall, Ontario