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Provider groups concerned by HHS, HUD cuts in Trump’s $4.8 trillion budget

The Department of Health and Human Services would see a 10% funding cut, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development would see a 15% funding cut, under the $4.8 trillion budget proposed Monday by President Donald Trump. Organizations representing senior living operators are reviewing it with an eye toward how the proposed cuts would affect operators and those they serve and a promise to advocate for their members.

Senior living community faces new lawsuits seeking $2 million related to suspected serial killer

A Texas retirement community is facing two new lawsuits — each seeking more than $1 million — from the adult children of two former residents, who assert the community didn’t do enough to protect their mothers from a man now indicted in the deaths of 12 older adults, most of whom were female senior living residents. The alleged incidents have spurred some family members to press state legislators for increased regulation of independent living communities.
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Financial official recommends checks and balances after CCRC employee allegedly pockets $118,000

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office is reminding senior living companies and other organizations to include checks and balances in their financial processes to help ensure that fraud doesn’t occur, after a former employee of a nonprofit continuing care retirement community in the state allegedly stole at least $118,768 from the community where she worked.
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