Join us for our Caregiver Coffee. This week’s topic is “Who Can You Turn To? The Long-Term Care Ombudsman.”
Who can you turn to when you have a problem or concern with the care a loved one is receiving at a long-term care facility? An ombudsman for long-term care is a person or office responsible for advocating and resolving issues related to the care and rights of individuals in long-term care facilities such as nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and similar institutions. Ombudsmen work to ensure the well-being and rights of residents are upheld.
Learn more about a long-term care ombudsman, what they do, and when you might need an ombudsman’s help to resolve an issue regarding care for your loved one.
We invite you to attend in person at our facility, 2500 N. Reynolds Road, Toledo, OH 43615, or online via video conference. To join online, refer to the reminder email that’s sent to you two days prior to the event.