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CARR's July 2020 Newsletter is out! Scams are exploding right now due to people staying home and we decided to research tips to avoid becoming a victim for scams.

"Facilities cited for neglect or other forms of bodily harm experience premium increases between 200% and 600% at renewal. If a facility has had a claim, the renewal rates can be even higher."

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This article is designed to provide context and detail for what the PIN 20-08-ASC (dated 3/18/2020) and PIN 20-09-CCLD (dated 4/2/2020) have waived for all Adult and Senior Care facilities in California during this State of Emergency.

While much of the focus with COVID-19 has been on skilled nursing, assisted living facility residents are in the same vulnerable position as nursing home residents.

Did you catch Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting & Jennifer Gollan's latest article on assisted living? We certainly did. We've followed some leads in the article to uncover more about the facilities and how CCLD handled them.

By Rebecca Ruiz

San Diego's Superior Court's Judge Maino delivered justice for two vulnerable women who were raped by an 18-year old dishwasher-cum-caregiver - Bradley Thomas.  CARR attended the sentencing hearing in Dept 1302 on 29 August 2019 and was privileged to sit among victims' family members and law enforcement personnel as the sentence was delivered:  8 years in prison. This is a triumph for elder justice advocates and for the District Attorney's Office - specifically Scott Pirrello.  It may go on to serve as an example for DA's around the state to aggressively pursue criminal actions against individuals who commit crimes inside California's assisted living facilities (also called residential care facilities for the elderly - RCFEs). 

 

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Keep in touch with what’s happening in California about assisted living and RCFE legislation and related items.

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