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Seniors’ advocate appoints members of the advisory council for the long-term care review

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by ahnationtalk on March 20, 202328 Views

20 March 2023

FREDERICTON (GNB) – The Child, Youth and Seniors’ Advocate Kelly Lamrock has appointed a group of influential New Brunswickers to join the advisory council as part of the consultation process of the review of the provincial long-term care system.

“New Brunswickers deserve a reliable long-term care system that will ensure easy access to quality services, while respecting their dignity, their rights and their independence,” said Lamrock. “By consulting a group of advisors with diverse knowledge and backgrounds, I am confident they will provide strong support for our team as they explore best practices and provide guidance on how the government can develop a clear plan for a viable, predictable provincial long-term care system which promotes accountability in a comfortable community setting.”

Members of the advisory council are:

  • Chief George Ginnish from Natoaganeg (Eel Ground First Nation)
  • Madeleine Dubé
  • Norma Dubé
  • Janet Durkee-Lloyd
  • Brian Duplessis
  • Haley Flaro
  • Joan Kingston
  • Chandra MacBean
  • Ken McGeorge
  • Misty McLaughlin
  • Constantine Passaris
  • Terry Seguin
  • Sarah Wagner

The advocate is also asking the general public to share from their personal experience by responding to an online questionnaire.

Stakeholders wishing to provide a formal submission to contribute to the long-term care review are encouraged to use this new email

“By extending the reach of the engagement process and collecting input from the new online tools, the advice from members of the advisory council should lead to great work and produce a clear sustainable plan for the government to adopt and improve the overall long-term care system,” said Lamrock.


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