With the “grips of the pandemic” easing considerably over the past few months, and a 93% vaccination rate among its residents, Capital Senior Living President and CEO Kimberly Lody said signs of recovery are evident in the senior living business.
Although the past year was a challenging one for the senior living industry, Invesque Chairman and CEO Scott White said he has seen positive momentum in the company’s portfolio over the past 45 days that he expects will continue through this year and into next.
A proposed bill seeks to invest $100 million over the next two years into affordable senior housing to modify that housing and invest in staff to help residents raising grandchildren access resources.
Florida launches generator status dashboard to show status of on-site generators in assisted living … California assisted living operator pays $159K in back pay over labor law violations … Pennsylvania to lift most pandemic restrictions by Memorial Day; facilities to continue COVID-19 testing, reporting … Ohio will lift remaining coronavirus public health orders June 2, but not in assisted living; state also to give prizes of $1M and college scholarships to vaccinated … Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research calls on Massachusetts to improve COVID-19 reporting in eldercare facilities
A bipartisan group of House legislators is asking the federal government to immediately distribute the remaining Provider Relief Funds, as well as give providers more time and flexibility in using those funds.
Fallout continues over an Arizona long-term care licensing body’s approval of a license for a convicted felon, with AARP Arizona now calling for an audit of the state’s entire long-term care system.