Support AB-636

Currently, the Elder Abuse and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act (EADACPA) establishes procedures and requirements for reporting instances of known or suspected abuses or neglect of a California elder or dependent adult. Information relevant to the incident is to be given to specified investigators, including investigators from an adult protective services agency, a local law enforcement agency, and the probate court.


For the first time in years, nursing home residents have a group of legislative champions fighting together for better care. This morning, these champions – Senator Stern and Assemblymembers Muratsuchi, Jones-Sawyer, Kalra, Nazarian, and Reyes – held a press conference announcing a transformational package of bills to improve nursing home oversight, financial transparency, accountability, and ultimately enhance care for all residents.

AB-6 Support

The facilities with the worst COVID-19 outbreaks are by and large those with long histories of deficient infection prevention and control, and chronic understaffing. While no facility may have anticipated a pandemic of this magnitude, those that were particularly ill-equipped have fared the worst during this pandemic. AB 6 (Levine) would require Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Department of Social Services (DSS) to mandate health and safety guidelines for use by skilled nursing facilities, intermediate care facilities and congregate living health facilities that are providing postacute care during a pandemic, public health crisis or other emergency.

Huge nursing home chain discharged patients improperly, California prosecutors allege

This article is related to Assembly Bill 279 and Senate Bill 650, both Sponsored by CANHR. By Richard Winton, Anita Chabria, Los Angeles Times, March 15 2021 California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra, pictured during a Sept. 5 news conference, is part of the lawsuit against Brookdale Senior Living Inc.(Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press) A coalition of California prosecutors has sued the nation’s largest senior living operator, alleging it ignored laws that protect patients when they are discharged from skilled nursing facilities and that it exaggerated the level of care to the federal government’s nursing home rating system.