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Resident and Family Resources

Welcome Guide to Long Term Care Communities

Moving into a long term care home can be an overwhelming experience for many people and their families.  Waiting to find out where you will live can be just as unsettling.

Saskatoon Health Region, through the department of Seniors' Health and Continuing Care, has created this guide to help answer some of your questions or concerns.  The information within this guide has been compiled by Seniors' Health and Continuing Care.

Download the Welcome Guide.

Resident Rights and ResponsibilitiesResident Rights and Responsibilities

Download the Resident Rights and Responsibilities document.​



Having Your Say

It is important for residents and their families to have a means to voice and discuss concerns.  It is also important to work together with care team members to find solutions to improve well-being.

See what you need to know if you are a resident or family member of a resident in Long-term Care.

Download the Having Your Say pamphlet.


Deciding Whether to Hospitalize Your Loved One

Download the Deciding Whether to Hospitalize Your Loved One pamphlet.



​More Resources

A Guide for Bringing in Foods for Loved Ones and Resident Social Function in LTC Homes

Click here to view the brochure.​

It's All In Our Hands
Preventing the Spread of Germs

​Click here to view the brochure.

Rx Files - Objective Comparisons for Optimal Drug Therapy​

​Long-term Care and Residential Care: Evidence-Based Resources.  These resources are the result of a collaboration between RxFiles and CADTH.Click here to view the website and resources for Long Term Care.

Saskatchewan Oral Health Coalition

Click here to view the brochure. ​

 Alberta Toolkit.JPGThe Alberta Continuing Care Resident and Family Toolkit

Last Modified: Thursday, October 12, 2017 |
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