Every Voice Counts

Listening to BC seniors about their experience living in long-term care

Volunteer to engage in meaningful conversations with residents about their experience living in long-term care.

Apply to become a Volunteer Surveyor

We are reaching out to the
29, 284 residents

 living in 294 publicly-funded care homes
in BC and their families.

In 2016/17, we reached out to 27,000 British Columbia seniors and their families to get first-hand feedback on the quality of their care and accommodations.
BC’s Seniors Advocate is honouring the commitment made in 2017 to again give residents and their families a voice five years after the first provincially coordinated survey.
The results of this survey will allow comparison of results over time, ensure learnings from the pandemic, and allow us to refresh the road map for improvement of the quality of care and services provided to residents and their families in long-term care, ensuring we can all be proud of the care our seniors receive.

See May 2022 News Release: “B.C. Seniors Advocate invites British Columbians to participate in the second landmark survey of people in residential care”; 

See the overall 2017 provincial results here

See 2017 facility-level results here

Learn more about the Survey
A message from BC's Seniors Advocate, Isobel Mackenzie
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