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I am sorry to hear of this difficult situation. There is a patients Bill of Rights that can be found here:http://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/health-safety/home-community-care/accountability/pdf/adultcare_bill_of_rights.pdf
But unfortunately, there is nothing specific in that bill of rights to give you the right to refuse to be moved to another unit.
I suggest that you speak to someone in a supervisory capacity and explain that your rights including your right to dignity, you're right to make decisions for yourself, your right to be protected and respected etc. are not being protected and respected by this aide and that you need help in resolving this issue so that you can live peacefully in your home. If necessary you can make it clear that you will speak to a lawyer if necessary.