The Michigan Long Term Care Ombudsman Program strives to improve the quality of care and quality of life experienced by residents who reside in licensed long term care facilities such as nursing homes, homes for the aged, and adult foster care homes.
Local Ombudsman provide a community presence by routinely visiting residents in long term care facilities. They work with individual residents to resolve problems and to promote high quality care.
Ombudsman are skilled in the following areas:
When to Call an Ombudsman:
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Based on a prescription for health model, this program is designed to address and improve the food security of individuals at risk for or diagnosed with a chronic health condition.
Providing information, resources, support and programs to caregivers throughout the U.P.
Providing easy accessible, responsive, and professional information and assistance to Upper Peninsula citizens and families in need, 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week.