Changes to Minnesota’s Assisted Living System

Assisted living licensure will begin on August 1, 2021. The Minnesota Department of Health and facilities across the state are starting the process of transitioning to an assisted living licensure system. What does this mean for residents of these facilities? What can residents, resident advocates, and loved ones expect over the coming months? How do residents know what type of setting they live in and if the changes will affect them? This webinar will explore some of the basic changes coming with the new assisted living licensure law and what it means for residents in Minnesota’s long-term care settings. (1 CEU offered)

Presented by Sean Burke, JD, Consultant O’Connell Consulting
This webinar is supported by grant funding through the Minnesota Board on Aging.

Date

May 6, 2021

Address

Online

COST

Free

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Assisted living licensure will begin on August 1, 2021. The Minnesota Department of Health and facilities across the state are starting the process of transitioning to an assisted living licensure system. What does this mean for residents of these facilities? What can residents, resident advocates, and loved ones expect over the coming months? How do residents know what type of setting they live in and if the changes will affect them? This webinar will explore some of the basic changes coming with the new assisted living licensure law and what it means for residents in Minnesota’s long-term care settings. (1 CEU offered)

Presented by Sean Burke, JD, Consultant O’Connell Consulting
This webinar is supported by grant funding through the Minnesota Board on Aging.