Hearing: Impact of the Coronavirus in Nursing Homes
On September 21, 2022, the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis held a hearing titled, “Examining Long-Term Care in America: The Impact of the Coronavirus in Nursing Homes.” The initial scope and purpose of the hearing was to examine the impact of the coronavirus on nursing home residents ...
HUD Announces Competition for $185M for New Section 202 Homes
At long last, HUD announced the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for new Section 202 Supportive Housing for the Elderly grants. The NOFO will provide $184.6 million for capital advance funds and Project Rental Assistance Contracts to provide ongoing operating subsidy in those capital advance-funded units. ...
Senate Hearing Builds Support for Legislation to Address Health Care Workforce Crisis
The Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship and Border Safety of the Senate Judiciary Committee held a September 14 hearing entitled, “Flatlining Care: Why Immigrants Are Crucial to Bolstering Our Health Care Workforce.” The hearing, “Flatlining Care: Why Immigrants Are Crucial to Bolstering Our Health Care Workforce,” ...
New Research Shows Views on AI Tools
As artificial intelligence (AI) tools become more widespread in senior living, new research from the Pew Research Center shines light on how Americans may perceive these tools. A study on acceptance of six
CAST Updates Medication Management Selection Tool
LeadingAge CAST has updated its Medication Management Selection Tool, which helps aging-services providers learn about and choose the best solution for their organization. The current version of the tool ...