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‘Misleading’ report tied to federal bill with COVID-19-related requirements for assisted living, industry group says

Assisted living communities would be required to report confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19 to federal, state and local health officials, as well as to residents and their families — and would have one day to do it — under legislation announced by two U.S. senators and one congresswoman. The report on which the bill is based, however, “falls short” and is “misleading,” according to one association representing operators.

Georgia law brings sweeping reforms to assisted living

Regulatory reforms are coming for assisted living community and personal care home operators in Georgia after Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill imposing staffing, training and financial reporting requirements.

McKnight’s 40 for 40: Patricia Will

When Patricia Will co-founded Belmont Village Senior Living in 1997, the goal was never to be the biggest in the industry — it was to be the best.

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Industry, lawmakers agree: Assisted living needs COVID-19 help

Now that Sens. Warren and Markey and Rep. Maloney realize what the industry has been saying to anyone who would listen for months now — that senior living operators need resources to battle COVID-19, too — it’s time for them to convince their colleagues in the Senate and House of their discovery and then put their (our, actually) money where their mouths are.

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People in the news, June 30

Appointments and promotions at Claiborne Senior Living, Kendal Corp., Legend Senior Living, Liberty Senior Living, LifeStar Living, Lutheran Senior Services, Lutheran Social Ministries of Maryland and Meyer Design.

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75 heroes, 75 days

After 75 days of sheltering-in-place with residents at a Georgia life plan community to reduce COVID-19 exposure on its campus, 75 staff members returned home to their own families.