Table 107-5510 12345678
Accumulated paid hours during year per resident-day in residential care facilities, by principal characteristic of the predominant group of residents and size of facility, Canada, provinces and territories, *Archived*
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Geography 8 = Canada 810171819
Predominant group of residents and size of facility 67 = Total, residential care facilities
by Characteristics; Geography= Canada; Predominant group of residents and size of facility= Total, residential care facilities
Accumulated paid hours during year per resident-day in residential care facilities, by principal characteristic of the predominant group of residents and size of facility, Canada, provinces and territories, annual (number)
Characteristics 2 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010
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Operating residential care facilities 13 4,291 4,546 4,761 4,845 4,633
Operating residential care facilities, approved beds 1314 252,325 255,923 261,957 269,387 265,220
Reporting residential care facilities 15 3,061 3,202 3,348 3,292 2,895
Reporting residential care facilities, approved beds 1415 193,685 192,334 207,962 203,095 192,763
Accumulated paid hours during year per resident-day in operating residential care facilities 451316 5.0 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.2

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Data source: Statistics Canada, Residential Care Facilities Survey
The following standard symbols are used in this Statistics Canada table: (..) for figures not available for a specific reference period, (...) for figures not applicable and (x) for figures suppressed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act.
Residential care facilities include all residential facilities in Canada with four or more beds providing counselling, custodial, supervisory, personal, basic nursing and/or full nursing care to at least one resident. Excluded are those facilities providing active medical treatment (general and allied special hospitals).
"Accumulated paid hours" refers to total hours paid for all full-time, part-time and casual employees who have had salaries or wages paid to them by the facility. Hours covering paid holiday time and other paid leave are included for all categories of personnel.
A "resident day" refers to the period of service to a resident between the census taking hours on two successive days.
Facilities are defined by the principal characteristic of the predominant group of residents of the facility, for example, aged, persons with mental disorders and other characteristics. Although the survey collects data on more detailed principal characteristics, these were collapsed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act.
Size of a facility is defined by its approved bed complement.
"Canada" includes data for all provinces and territories. The heading "Provinces" includes data for all provinces and excludes the territories. Province-specific data are also shown separately. The heading "Territories" includes data for all territories. Data from the territories were combined to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act and are not shown separately.
"Homes for the aged" refers to nursing homes, homes for the aged and other facilities providing services and care for the aged. Not included are homes for senior citizens or lodges where no care is provided.
To comply with the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act, some data for the Territories were combined. Data from homes for the aged with 50 beds or more were combined with those having 20 to 49 beds. Data from facilities with 20 beds or more, for persons with mental disorders, were included with facilities that had 1 to 19 beds. Data for the category "Other" were also included with facilities for persons with mental disorders, 1 to 19 beds.
"Facilities for persons with mental disorders" refers to facilities for persons with a developmental delay, psychiatric disability, alcohol or drug problems and for emotionally disturbed children.
"Other residential care facilities" refers to facilities for persons with physical disabilities, for delinquents, for transients and to facilities which do not fit in any of the other categories. Up until 1990/1991, transition homes for women and children victim of violence were included in this category.
"Operating facilities" refers to all facilities which fall under the definition of a residential care facility and were in operation at the end of the reference period. Data for non reporting operating facilities are imputed on the basis of rated bed capacity, geographical region and type of service provided.
"Approved beds" refers to the number of beds licensed or approved by provincial or municipal authorities.
"Reporting facilities" refers to those facilities that reported to the survey for the reference period.
Data on paid hours and financial data for residential care facilities may include amounts related to activities that are outside the scope of residential care, such as outpatient or hospital care. This phenomenon is not widespread outside of Quebec, but in this province, such situations are more likely. For this reason, financial data pertaining to non-residential care activities in Quebec were statistically removed. Nevertheless, caution should be exercised in comparison with data from other provinces.
Due to administrative changes in Quebec in 2004/2005 (creation of "Centres de santé et de services sociaux"), data for this year are not comparable to data for previous years. Furthermore, because of improvements in the estimation methods for Quebec for 2005/2006, data for this year should not be compared with data from previous years.
Data for "Other" residential care facilities in Quebec likely include some non-residential care activity. Caution should be exercised in using this data.
In 2009/2010, the data received from Quebec for "Facilities for persons with mental disorders" were incomplete and therefore were imputed. Caution should be exercised in using this data.
In 2009/2010, the data received from Nova Scotia for "Other" residential care facilities was suppressed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act.

Source:  Statistics Canada. Table  107-5510 -  Accumulated paid hours during year per resident-day in residential care facilities, by principal characteristic of the predominant group of residents and size of facility, Canada, provinces and territories, annual (number),  CANSIM (database). (accessed: )
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