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Does assisted living programming meet resident needs?

In British Columbia (Canada), the Residential Care Regulation, which applies to assisted living residences along with other longterm care environments, states that a licensed home must “designate an employee, qualified by training or experience, to organize and supervise physical, social and recreational activities for persons in care; give the designated employee sufficient time away from other duties to carry out the activities; and ensure that there is sufficient time for persons in care to participate in the activities.” How is the directive to provide recreational activities being implemented?

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