Reports and Publications
The Office of the Seniors Advocate releases its review of incidents of resident to resident aggression in B.C.'s licensed residential care facilities. The review gathered and examined data from a variety of sources, including Health Authorities, reporting systems, and facilities themselves.
An examination of B.C.'s unpaid caregivers finds that one-third of them are in distress, one of the highest rates in Canada.
This report by the Seniors Advocate examines housing issues across independent living, assisted living and residential care.
This report by the Seniors Advocate found systemic issues in placements, medications and rehabilitative therapy across B.C.
This first survey by the Office of the Seniors Advocate asked B.C. seniors a series of questions on issues from housing and transportation to their knowledge of services and programs.
The first report by the Seniors Advocate summarizes findings from the start of her appointment in April 2014 and outlines her plans to bring forward objective and meaningful information.