CANHR is bringing its popular traveling dementia care symposium to Santa Clara on February 6, 2014. The day will be dedicated to teaching care partners a person-centered approach to care that is focused on providing comfort instead of sedating drugs.
- Nursing home residents and their family members often worry about losing their rooms or their Medicare or Medi-Cal status if they leave the facility for brief periods of time.
On October 3, 2013, the California Department of Public Health issued a citation and $20,000 fine against the Palos Verdes Health Care Center in Lomita, California for failing to protect a resident from sexual abuse.
In this Issue
- CANHR 17th Annual Elder Law Conference
- CANHR Celebrates 30 Years of Advocacy
- Johnson & Johnson Settlement Sends New Warning
- Antipsychotic Drugs Should Not Be Used to Treat Dementia
- State of California Failed to Conduct Timely Investigations of Nursing Home Complaints
- Upcoming Events
CANHR 17th Annual Elder Law Conference
CANHR hosted the 17th annual Elder Law Conference in Monterey, California, on November 22nd & 23rd at the beautiful Monterey Plaza Hotel with over 300 attorneys and other long term care professionals in attendance.
My parents are low income, and my husband and I provide financial support for more than half of their living expenses.