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ARIZONA

SB 1244 – Assisted Living Caregivers Training

Latest Action: 03/06/2019- House Second Read

SB 1356 – Assisted Living Caregiver Training and Testing Requirements

Latest Action: 03/13/2019 – House read second time

SB 1538 – Adult Protective Services

Latest Action: 03/11/2019 – House read second time 


FLORIDA

HB 1349 – Assisted Living Facilities

Last Action: 03/19/2019 – CS Adopted by House Health Market Reform Subcommittee

SB 1070 – Continuing Care Retirement Communities

Last Action: 03/14/2019 – CS Adopted by Senate Banking and Insurance Committee


GEORGIA

HB 374 – Assisted Living Medication Aide – Administration of Liquid Morphine

Latest Action: 03/14/2019 -Senate Read Second Time

HB 300 – Re-Designation of CCRCs as Life Plan Communities

Latest Action: 03/14/2019 – Senate Committee Favorably Reported

HB 247 – Crimes Against Disabled Adults and Elder Persons

Latest Action: 03/08/2019 – Senate Read and Referred


ILLINOIS

HB 2488 – Continuing Care Task Force

Latest Action: 03/20/2019 – Passed House Human Services Committee


KENTUCKY

SB 128 – Assisted Living Community Certification/Renewal; Awake Staff

Latest Action: 03/04/2019 – Referred House Health and Family Services

 


MONTANA

HB 566 – Assisted Living Criminal Background Checks

Latest Action: 02/27/2019 – Tabled in Committee

SB 306 – Memory Care Community Caregiver Staffing Ratios

Latest Action: 03/13/2019 – Tabled in Committee


NEBRASKA

LB 571 –  Database of Grievance Procedures from Assisted Living Facilities

Latest Action: 03/01/2019 – Health and Human Services Committee Hearing

LB 597 – Reporting of Incidents and Development of Policies for Assisted Living Facilities

Latest Action: 03/01/2019 – Health and Human Services Committee Hearing


NEW HAMPSHIRE

SB 255 – Dementia Training for Direct Care Staff in Residential Facilities

Latest Action: 03/19/2019 – Referred to House Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs Committee Hearing

SB 273 – Regulation of Nursing Assistants by Board of Nursing and Criminal History Check for Nurses

Latest Action: 03/14/2019 – Senate Executive Departments and Administration


NEW JERSEY

A436 – Priority Power Restoration for Assisted Living Facilities and Nursing Homes

Latest Action: 03/04/2019 – Received in the Senate, Referred to Senate Economic Growth Committee


NEW YORK

A 1033 – Psychotropic Medications in Adult Care Facilities and Nursing Homes

Latest Action: 02/21/2019 – Advanced to Third Reading


NORTH DAKOTA

SB 2113 – Electronic Monitoring of Long Term Care Resident Rooms

Latest Action: 03/04/2019 – House Human Services Committee


OKLAHOMA

SB 924/HB 1206 – Requiring Assisted Living Centers To Post Certain Information Related to Immunizations

Latest Action: 03/19/2019 – Referred to House Health Services and Long Term Care Committee


OREGON

SB 815 – Disclosure Requirements for Assisted Living and Memory Care Communities

Latest Action: 03/18/2019 – Public Hearing held

SB 725 – Relating to Background Checks of Individuals Who Provide Care

Latest Action: 03/04/2019 – Public Hearing held

HB 2569 – Relating to Background Checks for Long Term Care Workers

Latest Action: 03/11/2019 – Public Hearing held

HB 2600 – Relating to Disease Outbreaks in Congregate Care Facilities

Latest Action: 01/31/2019 – Public Hearing held


SOUTH DAKOTA

HB 1268 – Electronic Monitoring in Assisted Living and Nursing Facilities

Latest Action: 02/11/2019 Passed House Judiciary Committee

 


TEXAS

HB 284 – Assisted Living Alzheimer’s/Dementia Disclosure Requirements

Latest Action: Left Pending in House Human Services Committee.


WASHINGTON

HB 1296 – Continuing Care Retirement Community Requirements

Disclosure statements for CCRCs must also include an actuarial summary of the CCRC’s most recent actuarial report, including material actuarial assumptions, if the CCRC either: (1) offers Type A contracts; or (2) does not offer Type A contracts, but has obtained an actuarial report within the previous three years. Residents and prospective residents of the independent living portion of the CCRC may receive a copy of the most recent full actuarial report by submitting a written request. The CCRC shall redact any personal financial or health care information before providing the full actuarial report. A resident or prospective resident that receives the full actuarial report may only disclose it to other residents of the independent living portion of a CCRC and their legal, financial, and actuarial advisers. Disclosure statement requirements apply to any entity that manages or operates, or has a significant role in the management or operation of, an entity that agrees to provide continuing care to a resident under a residency agreement.

Latest Action: 03/12/2019 First reading, referred to Health & Long-Term Care

 

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