Ombudsman Program Active in Pinellas County
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The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program, administered by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs, is a statewide volunteer program that advocates for residents living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. The program investigates complaints concerning safety and welfare of these residents and also conducts annual assessments to ensure facilities are in licensed compliances.
Need a speaker? Call the Ombudsman office and they will inform your business, social organization or church group the good news of how the Ombudsman Program can help you and your loved ones in these long-term care facility settings. People of many personal and professional backgrounds lend their strengths to the great program and the Florida Department of Elder Affairs is continuously seeking to inform and recruit conscientious individuals who want to make a difference. Call the Ombudsman office 1-888-831-0404 for a speaker or to volunteer.
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