A CARR core value is advocacy for stricter regulations, and tighter enforcement of existing California Code of Regulations, Title 22, Division 6, Chapter 8 for the sole purposes of raising the bar for resident quality-of-care, assuring the resident receives the basic human rights of a safe, clean, and dignified living environment, and enhancing the quality-of-life for residents of assisted living facilities.
A related principle is to educate the consumer on how to select a facility for a family member, what to expect from the facility once the family member is a resident, and what about the system isn't working for the resident or the consumer. Therefore, CARR will post three types of information to help consumers educate themselves about the regulation and enforcement of Title 22, and specifically how regulation and enforcement affect the quality of care received by the resident.
- Opinion Pieces (essays focusing on a single subject related to regulation, enforcement, or the assisted living industry)
- Current Proposed Legislation in California directly related to the RCFE industry or Title 22,
- Past Legislation directly related to the RCFE industry or Title 22 which has become law.