In The News
NSCLC’s Paul Nathanson writes in a New America Media blog that it is crucial that the Social Security Administration communicate with individuals in language that people understand.
Reneto Wilkins lost his SSI benefits and assessed $18,000 in overpayments when he had too much in savings… Read More.
NSCLC on Twitter
RT @ElderLawGuy: Study: Slow growth in health costs will continue http://t.co/jeFigPG7Ox(about 7 hours ago)
RT @ConsumerVoices: New Tool for Advocates: Continuity of Care in the Dual Eligible Demonstrations http://t.co/RP7801YkkJ(about 15 hours ago)
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RT @lmlipman: RT @insideestreet: Is retirement a thing of the past? Heading Back to Work After Retiring http://t.co/ss5qrWMmr9 via @NewsHour(about 4 days ago)
Tag Archives: long term care
Integrating Medicare and Medicaid: What’s Happening Now, and What It Means for Assisted Living and Other LTSS
This webinar, sponsored by the Assisted Living Consumer Alliance, explains the dual eligible integration process, with a focus on how the new demonstrations will affect long-term services and supports (LTSS) and their significance to assisted living and other long term … Continue reading
(2007) Report: Improper and Unfair Provisions in Missouri Nursing Home Agreements. Click here.
(2012) The National Senior Citizens Law Center, along with AARP, has submitted a friend of the court appellate brief in the California Court of Appeals supporting the right of nursing home residents to enforce California’s minimum nursing home staffing levels. … Continue reading
According to a story in the Lexington Herald Leader, JustFundKy gave a $5,000 grant to the Nursing Home Ombudsman Agency of the Bluegrass to revise its patient bill of rights and train its staff to be more in tune with … Continue reading
(2010) NSCLC’s analysis of the provisions of the new health reform law that relate to nursing facilities. Read Health Care Reform & Long-Term Care Facilities