By: Tetyana Shippee, PhD, Associate Professor, Health Policy Management, University of Minnesota
Peter Spuit, LGSW, MSW, Rate-Setting Policy Consultant, Aging and Adult Services Division, DHS
Handout — Developing an Assisted Living Report Card
Earn 1 CEU, pre-approved for Social Workers by BOSW; self-submit other disciplines.
MGS is listed as a Continuing Education Resource by the MN Board of Nursing.
(The CEU is free for MGS members; $15 for non-members.)
Minnesota’s Nursing Home Report Card is a national model for measuring and promoting quality in nursing home care. Based on that success, the state is developing a report card for assisted living. Quality in assisted living is especially important because a large number of the state’s waiver program participants are supported by the service, AL care is more expensive than other HCBS options, and participants live in the service setting. Assisted living quality is also important to a large and growing private pay marketplace in Minnesota. This session will share results from an extensive literature review and environmental scan on assisted living quality conducted by the University of Minnesota. The session will also present proposed domains and measures of quality for assisted living.
Handout – MN Leadership Council on Aging – Moone June 2019
Handout – MN Dept. of Health – Dotseth June 2019
Handout – LeadingAge MN – Kvenvold June 2019
Handout – Care Providers of MN – Cullen June 2019
Handout – MN Elder Justice Center – Vickstrom June 2019
Handout – State Ombudsman for LTC – Hennen June 2019
Earn 1.5 CEU, pre-approved for Social Workers by BOSW; self-submit other disciplines.
MGS is listed as a Continuing Education Resource by the MN Board of Nursing. CEU Certificates are free for MGS members and $15 for non-members.
Hear from top leaders in Minnesota government and long-term care service organizations about:
- Recent legislation designed to protect older vulnerable adults and reduce elder abuse
- Legislative and budgetary impacts on Assisted Living and Nursing Homes
- Policy revisions to strengthen staff training, support caregivers, improve care and reduce occurrences of abuse
- Legal and ombudsman services to support older victims and caregivers
This webinar features leaders from government agencies, elder justice, and long-term care organizations charged with delivering quality care, supporting caregivers, and providing for the safety of those receiving care. Recent legislative and budgetary impacts on older adult services and protections will be discussed.