Home Care Bill of Rights
7. No reprisals
If you receive home care services and you have concerns about the services provided to you or about the policies and decisions that affect your interests, you have a right to raise your concerns or recommend changes to the care-providers, government officials, or any other person, without fear of interference, coercion, discrimination, or reprisal.
You have the right to speak freely. You may ask questions, suggest changes, and make complaints.
No one has the right to take any action against you because you complain about home care. No one is allowed to punish you, refuse to give you home care services, or take away these services because you have complained.