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NSCLC Report Concludes California Lags Other States in Regulating Assisted Living Facilities

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. The report finds that California’s assisted living policy is significantly out of date. Unlike many other states, California law does not reflect the sharp increase in residents’ care needs over the past 10 to 15 years. The report concludes that California’s laws require significant revision to keep pace with the new realities of assisted living, and makes recommendations based on best practices noted in other states.