A provision in the Affordable Care Act may leave the financial assets of some Medi-Cal enrollees vulnerable to federal collection. Read More…
A new report by the National Senior Citizens Law Center, Best Practices in Assisted Living: Considering Potential Reforms for California, examines and compares California’s assisted living laws with 11 other states.
On January 31, 2014, the U.S. Department of Justice issued a technical assistance publication entitled ADA Requirements: Wheelchairs, Mobility Aids, and Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices.
In this Issue
- RCFE Reform Act of 2014 Unveiled at Capitol Press Conference
- San Francisco Chronicle Exposes Deplorable Conditions at Eden Manor and Valley Springs Manor
- DPH Taken to Task for Neglecting Nursing Home Complaints
- California and the Country Losing Two Congressional Advocates
- Be On Guard for the “Accredited” VA Aid and Attendance Benefit Advisor
- ACA Resources Now Available on CANHR Website
- Upcoming Events
- Dementia Care Symposium – Thursday, February 6 – Sign up Now
- Increasing Accountability in Assisted Living is Subject of Legislative Hearing on February 11th
RCFE Reform Act of 2014 Unveiled at Capitol Press Conference
On January 13th, CANHR and an impressive coalition of California legislators and advocacy organizations announced the introduction of the Residential Care Facility for the Elderly (RCFE) Reform Act of 2014 at a press conference in the State Capitol.
A female resident who was admitted on 8/15/12 was on Coumadin, a blood thinning medication requiring close monitoring to prevent severe bleeding episodes.