The Resident Council is a self led democratic group comprised of individuals residing within the homes. The Resident Councils meet monthly in each of our homes to discuss upcoming initiatives, areas of concern and ongoing quality improvement. It is an opportunity for residents to collectively discuss areas for improvement within the home and give input and feedback on key areas of care. The Resident Council is a vital part of the decision making process within the homes.
What is a Resident Council
|Information sharing||Key decision makers|
|Discuss concerns||Discuss solutions|
The County of Elgin homes Residents Councils are members of OARC, the Ontario Association of Residents’ Councils.
For more information:
Please contact the business office, visit our resident and family information board or see our homes calendars for upcoming meeting dates. Assistance to and from meetings is provided. See below for additional contact information.
The Family Council provides an opportunity for family and friends of residents to meet, discuss pertinent issues and support each other. Family Councils are self governed and work in partnership with the home to improve quality of care and quality of life for the residents. Meeting minutes are posted in each home.