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The pandemic is over! Although behind us, what has resulted is a new normal. In the context of elder and special needs law, the pandemic revealed existing vulnerabilities and created new ones for the populations we serve and with which we work.
Nursing facilities are widely considered a “necessary evil.” Could NAELA play a role in making them a necessary neutral? Or even, a necessary good?
Everyone always wants to talk about nursing facilities. But we should also discuss assisted living: residents are vulnerable, and current legal protections are weak.
To stay out of an institution, your client may need to qualify and remain eligible for public housing. Understand what options exist and how to properly plan in light of the Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act of 2016.
Following the administration of the COVID vaccines, and with nursing home residents and health care workers having priority status, the infection rates dropped significantly, reducing the risk of infection and death. This prompted CMS to review its
What tools does the Nursing Home Reform Act of 1987 give you to advocate for your clients living in nursing homes? The presentation will include COVID-related advocacy topics including the CMS 100-day COVID waiver
presented by National Consumer Voice For Quality Long-Term Care
It is helpful to think of a CCRC as a place where elders go to live with supports rather than an institution they enter to die.
Affordable Housing Options: Changes in Section 8 Rules
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Residents Rights AELR 2022
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