California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform strongly supports AB 849, a bill that will restore a critical tool for protecting the rights and well-being of nursing home residents. Nursing home residents have been living a nightmare of isolation and death and they are in dire need of the private right of enforcement that was lost during the COVID-19 pandemic.
California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform (CANHR) is in strong support of AB 470 (Carrillo), a bill that would eliminate the asset limit for Medi-Cal programs serving seniors and persons with disabilities.
Assemblymember Muratsuchi’s bill to temporarily halt evictions from nursing homes (SNFs) and intermediate care facilities (ICFs) during the pandemic state of emergency will soon face a vote on the Assembly floor—in the face of strong resistance from industry lobbyists. AB 279 would prohibit the owner of an ICF or SNF from involuntarily transferring a resident to another facility, during any declared state of emergency relating to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), except if the owner files for bankruptcy.
Este artículo está relacionado con todo el PROTECT Plan. Por: Araceli Martínez Ortega, La Opinión, 04 de Mayo 2021 Muchos adultos mayores perdieron la vida en los asilos de California debido a COVID. (Getty Images/AFP) Susana Hernández ha trabajado por 14 años como cocinera en un hogar para ancianos y personas discapacitadas en la ciudad de Davis, California. “Al igual que mis compañeros, me contagié del virus y desafortunadamente lo llevé a mi casa e infecté a mi hija de 13 años y a mi hermano.