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The Long-Term Care Consumer Guide is a web-based resource for consumers, families, and providers seeking objective information about Ohio's many long-term care providers.

Learn about the Long-Term Care Consumer Guide.

Many issues in long-term care facilities can be resolved by the individual resident or their loved ones when they are empowered to be their own advocates.

See tips to help you advocate for yourself or a loved one.

Discharge from a nursing home is among the top complaints the Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman receives. An ombudsman can help you work with your facility to find a solution.

Learn about the ombudsman.

Learn about residents' rights regarding transfer and discharge.

Residents of long-term care facilities have rights that are guaranteed by the federal and state laws.

Learn about resident rights.

An ombudsman is an advocate. Ohio’s Office of the State Long-term Care Ombudsman advocates for people receiving home care, assisted living, and nursing home care.

Learn about the Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman.

Learn how an ombudsman can help you.

The Office of the State Long-Term Care Ombudsman is housed within the Ohio Department of Aging at 246 N. High Street, 1st Floor, Columbus, Ohio.

There are 12 regional offices of Long-Term Care Ombudsman located all over the state of Ohio.

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