Safeguarding Ontario’s Retirement Home Residents
The 2016-17 RHRA Annual Report focuses on our new five-year strategic plan for safeguarding seniors living in retirement homes. Hear from our Board Chair, John J. Rossiter and CEO and Registrar, Bonnie Rose, about the work of the RHRA in two new video messages. The downloadable pdf copy provides a listing of key accomplishments, success stories and the financial overview of the previous fiscal year.
The Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority (RHRA) is an independent, self-funded, not-for-profit corporation established by the Ontario government to administer the Retirement Homes Act, 2010. RHRA is accountable to the Minister of Seniors Affairs through a written Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), but is neither a Crown Corporation or part or part of the Ontario government. Revenue from fees supports the RHRA’s regulatory activities related to the administration of the Act.
Message from the CEO and Registrar, RHRA
We all want our parents and grandparents to live in safety and comfort. That’s why all of the work we do at the Retirement Homes Regulatory Authority is driven by our vision that Ontarians have choice and the protection they need to live with confidence and dignity in retirement homes.
- Bonnie Rose, CEO and Registrar, RHRA