Holly Hall Family Council
A family council is a group of family members, friends, or legal guardians of residents who organize and meet privately or openly. In 2008, the Texas Legislature enacted SB 131 that affirms the rights of families of nursing home residents to organize in a facility, carry out various activities in the facility in a way that provides the family council with opportunities to make recommendations, and make the council’s views known to the facility administration.
The mission of the Holly Hall Family Council is to enhance the quality of life and the quality of care of residents by serving as advocates for residents and their family members and as a support to staff.
The purpose of the Holly Hall Family Council is to improve the quality of care, social welfare and the quality of life for residents at Holly Hall. The Council shall provide an opportunity to share ideas, plan activities, gain valuable long-term care information, and to be a proactive group that works with Holly Hall staff to resolve issues and concerns.
The Holly Hall Family Council meets on the second Saturday of each month from 10 am – 11 am in the Nicholson Room. For additional information, please contact Patricia Ford at firstname.lastname@example.org.