Justice in Aging is Person-Centered

When someone says “sign here, here, and here” and doesn’t explain your choices and doesn’t let you read anything, do you feel like you’re making an individualized plan for your long term health care or signing for a package delivery?

When a nursing home loses its certification, who makes the decision on where the residents move? Is there a law in place protecting their right to say goodbye to friends and gather their personal belongings before they’re transferred to a new facility?

Who should be allowed in on your health care planning meetings? Just you and the health plan? Your adult child? Your partner? Your long-time health aide?

How California’s Assisted Living System Falls Short in Addressing Residents’ Health Care Needs

The Problem: Can You Spot the Legal Violations in this Job Announcement? California’s assisted living policy is surprisingly behind-the-times. 30 years ago, the assisted living “How California’s Assisted Living System Falls Short in Addressing Residents’ Health Care Needs”

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