In September 2021, Art Gharibian of Gharibian Law was honored to represent the Holley family in the precedent-setting Holley v. Silverado Senior Living Mgmt., Inc.
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Tell Congress to Support Nursing Home Provisions and Elder Justice Act Provisions in Current Budget and Reconciliation Package
We have a huge opportunity to get meaningful nursing home reforms passed into law! Congress is getting together to pass a budget reconciliation package
What is Elder Abuse? How to prevent it and What to do when someone I know is Experiencing it : Source: AARP Official Website In
Source: AARP Official Website COVID-19 Far From Over in Nursing Homes, Still Kills 800 a Month: According to AARP, even though numbers cannot be
Statement of AARP California State Director Nancy Mcpherson on the “Protect” Package of Nursing Home Reform Bills
Source: AARP Official Website STATEMENT OF AARP CALIFORNIA STATE DIRECTOR NANCY McPHERSON: “On behalf of AARP’s 3.3 million California members, I applaud Senator Henry
Celebrating World Elder Abuse Awareness Day: The Impact of COVID-19 on Elder Population and Awareness as a Global Issue
Celebrating World Elder Abuse Awareness Day: The Impact of COVID-19 on Elder Population and Awareness as a Global Issue “The COVID-19 pandemic is causing untold
A once-in-a-century pandemic yielded a once-in-a-generation chance for reform. The California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform (CANHR) recently introduced the 2021 Nursing Home Protect Plan
New visitation guidelines for Nursing Homes were released on March 10th by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), in association with the Centers
Long-Term Care: How the industry is structured, how that structure creates wrong incentives and what we can do going forward
Nursing homes and long-term care, in general, are something that we tend to avoid thinking about. But the truth is, whether due to old age
It has been almost a year since the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) put in place lockdown measures that prohibited everyone, except essential
Long before COVID-19 reached eldercare facilities and began sickening residents and staff members, state officials were aware that most Californian nursing homes had severe problems