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Long Term Care


Long-term care settings provide a range of social and medical services for people who need assistance with activities of daily living or health care tasks. Choosing a care setting for yourself or a loved one can be overwhelming and confusing. It is usually beneficial to plan ahead when making decisions as important as where you will live and who will provide the care you need. However, if you must select a care setting with little notice – during a crisis or serious illness, this information will help you make an informed choice.

This section will provide you information about:

  • Different types of care settings;
  • What services they provide;
  • Where they are located;
  • Things to consider before choosing a care setting.

Choosing a long-term care setting (Consumer's Guide to Choosing a Long-Term Care Facility)

Other resources