Understand your home's rights and responsibilities

This important webinar will help long-term care leaders understand and prepare for the changes to Ontario's new inspection and investigation regime. Developed and delivered by legal experts, the session provides a comprehensive overview of the Fixing Long-Term Care Act and offers practical advice and actionable strategies to make the transition less daunting.
  • Understand the Law

    Get a comprehensive introduction to Ontario's new Fixing Long-Term Care Act, discover how it will impact inspections and investigations your home, and understand your home's rights and responsibilities.

  • Fines and Penalties

    Learn the difference between compliance enforcement, administrative monetary penalties and offences that carry penalties of up to $1 million. Plus: Learn what to do when an investigator arrives with a warrant.

  • Develop Compliance Strategies

    Learn how to establish and maintain a compliance program and discover how board and management together can encourage a culture of compliance to safeguard the health, safety, and well-being of residents.

Course Curriculum

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    • Investigations and the New LTC Act: What Homes Need to Know

Investment

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Instructors

John Risk

John Risk Law

John has held a variety of roles over his 25 years of experience in health care and regulation. Most of his career has been in private practice, but John has also held senior roles in government and in-house. He was the Executive Director of the Joint Policy Planning Committee, a partnership between the Ontario Ministry of Health and the Ontario Hospital Association. He also spent 5 years in an executive role as General Counsel and Director of Enforcement with an Ontario Regulator. Before starting his own firm, John was the leader of the Regulated Professions and Industries group at a Bay Street law firm in Toronto.

Gerald Chan

Partner, Stockwoods Barristers

Gerald practices criminal, constitutional, administrative, and select civil/commercial litigation. He has been recognized as a leading practitioner by Best Lawyers in Canada, Benchmark Litigation, Chambers Canada, and L'expert. In 2019, Canadian Lawyer named Gerald one of the Top 25 Most Influential lawyers in Canada.