The amount attributed to this Fund must serve all the users of the public CHSLD in the Quebec Health System.
As noted in the goals of Handicap-Vie-Dignité, this Fund must serve to provide training and to plan activities regarding the rights of and the advocacy for the users.
It must ensure that information and training be given to residents, their representatives, their families and volunteers on the rights of residents and the means to assert them.
The Board of Directors of Handicap-Vie-Dignité are responsible to choose the activities and services offered, according to:
- the goals and the mission of Handicap-Vie-Dignité
- the needs of residents, their representatives, their families and volunteers.
Information and training activities on rights and the exercise of rights must be accessible to all public CHSLD users and not only to the residents of the Centre d’hébergement Paul-Émile-Léger (formerly recognized as the Hôpital Saint-Charles-Borromée and the Centre d’hébergement du Centre-Ville-Montréal.)