Thursday 3 November 2022
Canada Declared November 20th., 2022: "National Child Day!" "Canada has declared November 20th as National Child Day to celebrate the rights of children. November 20th was chosen as the day to celebrate National Child Day because the United Nations adopted the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) on November 20, 1989. legislation pertaining to Bill 28 in Parliament.
Tuesday 2 November 2021
bizarre headlines Constant reporting of abuse & neglect appears to go by without meaningful intervention. Many of the same and increasingly prevalant horrors highlighted during COVID-19 Also staff walk out on physically and mentally challenged individuals residening in LTC Homes. Further in November, 2021, three thousand, eight humdred and thirty seven deaths (3,837), reported at LTC Homes in Ontario, Canada. Muscles deteriorate, bodily functions are affected.. skin integrity's complications causing skin breakdowns...pain, decreased quality of life, next comes infection... disease process that changes the individual's quality of life! LTC Homes residents are 99% immobile, interestingly of those same individuals an estimated 95% take up residence at the home fully or partially functional... meaning they have aged but are not completely debilated, but have chosen to live out their natural lives in a LTC Home, or their relative/family felt it would be better if they sent their parents or aged persons into a LTC Home, there can also be other transfers from hospital.hospics or other related transfers. Having looked at the disasterous state of LTC Homes at present; Can This Sector Of HealthCare Be Redeemed? hybrid care model (new norm during COVID-19) for individuals as part of an inclusive program to better healthcare! Hybrid can have many different aspects...where home care and LTC are incooperated with telehealth; hence increasing options.. ------PLEASE See Functional example of a LTC Design Below------This Design involves independent work by: JoY-PSE (EAD) and is protected by © Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007, S.O. 2007, c. 8 increasing comobidity and death. Insurance companies have a lot of blame here as well, because they encourage capital gains from deaths termed liabilities... also life insurance benefit exists and if many stand to benefit financially... exactly who will fix the system...? No one ever thinks their own situation could change and this scenario could be them...Everyone figures money will solve all their immediate and future problems... Capiral Gains Tax ---
More specifically S.J. Garrett(2013) says: Capital Gains Tax is a tax levied on the difference between the sale or redemption price of a stock (or other asset) and the purchase price, if lower. In contrast to income tax, this tax is normally payable once only in respect of each disposal, at the date of sale or redemption. Certain assets, including some fixed-interest securities, may be exempt from capital gains tax; in addition, exemption from this tax may be granted after an asset has been held for a certain period. Therefore, in this particular instance where LTC Homes have liability insurance on Residents' care and service to be collected when there's a death in the home...such gains ought to be accessed based on the monetary value of the deceased at the time of death (end of life payout).