S-4.2, r. 0.01 - Regulation respecting the certification of private seniors’ residence

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2. For the purposes of the second paragraph of section 346.0.1 of the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) and this Regulation,
(1)  domestic help services means any of the following services:
(a)  housekeeping services in rental units;
(b)  laundry services for clothing and bedding;
(c)  medication distribution, namely, the physical delivery of medication to a resident who is able to administer it personally;
(2)  personal assistance services means any of the following services:
(a)  the administration of medication, namely the control of the medication by a staff member and an assistance to the resident in taking the medication, carried out in accordance with the first paragraph of section 25;
(b)  all the other personal assistance services, including feeding, personal hygiene, dressing and bathing assistance services, excluding the services included in the definition of nursing care provided for in paragraph 7;
(3)  recreation services means organized recreation or entertainment services to promote socialization provided by the operator to the residents, in particular in the form of physical, mental, social or creative activities;
(4)  meal services means the supply or availability, in the residence and on a regular basis, of one or more meals; the fact, for an operator, of suspending on an occasional or repeated basis the supply or availability of that service does not deprive the service of its regular character;
(5)  security services means the full-time presence in a residence of a staff member providing supervision or responding to calls from a call-for-help system offered to residents pursuant to section 15;
(6)  ambulatory care service means a room made available by the operator where one or a number of authorized professionals receive the residents who wish to consult on an occasional basis for a particular health problem or its follow-up;
(7)  nursing care means the activities and care provided in a resident’s rental unit, including invasive care involved in assistance with activities of daily living offered in the course of the professional activities that nurses and nursing assistants are authorized to exercise under an Act or regulation, and the care provided during the exercise of such activities by any other person authorized to exercise them under an Act or regulation.
259-2018O.C. 259-2018, s. 2.
In force: 2018-04-05
2. For the purposes of the second paragraph of section 346.0.1 of the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) and this Regulation,
(1)  domestic help services means any of the following services:
(a)  housekeeping services in rental units;
(b)  laundry services for clothing and bedding;
(c)  medication distribution, namely, the physical delivery of medication to a resident who is able to administer it personally;
(2)  personal assistance services means any of the following services:
(a)  the administration of medication, namely the control of the medication by a staff member and an assistance to the resident in taking the medication, carried out in accordance with the first paragraph of section 25;
(b)  all the other personal assistance services, including feeding, personal hygiene, dressing and bathing assistance services, excluding the services included in the definition of nursing care provided for in paragraph 7;
(3)  recreation services means organized recreation or entertainment services to promote socialization provided by the operator to the residents, in particular in the form of physical, mental, social or creative activities;
(4)  meal services means the supply or availability, in the residence and on a regular basis, of one or more meals; the fact, for an operator, of suspending on an occasional or repeated basis the supply or availability of that service does not deprive the service of its regular character;
(5)  security services means the full-time presence in a residence of a staff member providing supervision or responding to calls from a call-for-help system offered to residents pursuant to section 15;
(6)  ambulatory care service means a room made available by the operator where one or a number of authorized professionals receive the residents who wish to consult on an occasional basis for a particular health problem or its follow-up;
(7)  nursing care means the activities and care provided in a resident’s rental unit, including invasive care involved in assistance with activities of daily living offered in the course of the professional activities that nurses and nursing assistants are authorized to exercise under an Act or regulation, and the care provided during the exercise of such activities by any other person authorized to exercise them under an Act or regulation.
259-2018O.C. 259-2018, s. 2.