Senioropolis.com

#1 Virtual Seniors Community in Canada
Retirement Homes
Are retirement homes in Ontario regulated?
Sam P Bowmanville, ON

Yes, Ontario is one of 4 provinces that has regulations. The Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority (RHRA) www.rhra.ca, a not-for-profit organization, licenses and inspects retirement homes in Ontario to ensure that they follow the law. They keep a Public Register of all homes which can be found on their website. They enforce the Retirement Homes Act, and play a role in educating the public and retirement homes about the regulations and their role.
Esther
  Back to Results
 


 
Lumino Health
 
 
Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living in Canada

Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living®
(FREE PDF Download)

Canada-wide – 22nd Edition

  • What is a Retirement Residence? and Who Needs One?
  • Retirement Residence & Long-Term Care Visiting Tips –Important Questions to Ask and Things to Look For when touring
  • Emotional Aspects of Relocation
  • How to Make the Transition Easier
  • What if a Retirement Community is not the Right Option?
  • What is Long-Term Care?
  • Community Resources
  • Housing Options
  • Resource information on goods and services for seniors
Get it Here

 

App

Apple
The Guide

Android
The Guide


Home
Follow Us
Senioropolis on Facebook
Senioropolis on Twitter
Senioropolis on LinkedIn
Senioropolis on Pinterest
Senioropolis on YouTube
Senioropolis on Blogger
Retirement Resources
Retirement Resources