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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 53/17

Seniors' Advocate Regulations
under the
Seniors' Advocate Act
(O.C. 2017-180)

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NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 53/17

Seniors' Advocate Regulations
under the
Seniors' Advocate Act
(O.C. 2017-180)

(Filed June 15, 2017)

Under the authority of section 22 of the Seniors' Advocate Act , the Lieutenant-Governor in Council makes the following regulations.

Dated at St. John's , June 13, 2017.

Elizabeth Day
Clerk of the Executive Council (Acting)

REGULATIONS

Analysis


       
1.   Short title

       
2.   Definition

       
3.   Senior services

       
4.   Service providers

       
5.   Commencement


Short title

        1. These regulations may be cited as the Seniors' Advocate Regulations .

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Definition

        2. In these regulations, "Act" means the Seniors' Advocate Act .

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Senior services

        3. For the purposes of the Act, the following programs, services and systems of support that are used by or associated with seniors are senior services:

             (a)  primary, secondary and tertiary health care programs and services for healthy aging;

             (b)  personal care home facilities, programs and services;

             (c)  long term care facilities, programs   and services;

             (d)  wellness programs and services for healthy aging;

             (e)  community support programs and services for healthy aging;

             (f)  adult day programs and services for healthy aging;

             (g)  housing repair programs and services for aging-in-place;

             (h)  home modification programs and services for aging-in-place;

              (i)  assisted living programs and services;

              (j)  transportation programs and services for safe, independent aging;

             (k)  financial programs and services for safe, independent aging; and

              (l)  legal programs and services for safe, independent aging.

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Service providers

        4. For the purposes of the Act, the following persons or bodies are service providers:

             (a)  provincial government;

             (b)  municipal governments;

             (c)  Indigenous governments and organizations;

             (d)  local service districts;

             (e)  regional health authorities;

             (f)  private, public or non-profit corporate or unincorporated bodies; and

             (g)  individuals.

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Commencement

        5. These regulations come into force on July 5, 2017.

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