By Cheryl Chan and Tara Carman
January 26, 2017
Quoted from the article:
NDP critic Selina Robinson also slammed the provincial government’s failure to act on last year’s findings.
“Here we are a year later and things aren’t working for seniors,” said Robinson, adding she’d like to see a commitment from the Liberal party to reach the 3.36-hour minimum guideline. “Those are our grandparents and our parents … They’ve become tasks to be taken care of rather than people, because there’s not enough time in the system, and there’s not enough resources.”
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For more detailed information please refer to the British Columbia Residential Care Facilities: Quick Facts Directory published by the Office of the Seniors Advocate of BC.