6Beds, Inc. has been made aware that some providers may not know of the existence or may not receive Provider Information Notices (PINs) released by the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing Division (CCLD). PINs are very important communication documents intended to help Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE) licensees, administrators and facility staff operate in full compliance with licensing requirements. CCLD releases PINs by email to providers who subscribe to receive them. All PINs are also located on CCLD’s internet website. 6Beds, Inc. strongly encourages providers to subscribe to receive Provider Information Notices (PINs) via e-mail. If you have already subscribed to receive them, but they are not received in your email inbox, please check your SPAM email. Below are examples of important information shared with providers via PINs:
- new guidance – especially important during this time of COVID-19;
- upcoming informational and training calls (these are statewide calls for providers to attend and allowed to ask questions)
- law and regulation changes;
- reminders; and
- time-sensitive developments that may affect you, residents, and your facility.
Recent PINs are also translated into other languages (Spanish, Chinese, and Tagalog) and, when they may be of particular interest to residents, include a Resident Fact Sheet to be distributed to residents. You can view PINs at the Adult and Senior Care (ASC) Program PIN page on the CCLD website.
To subscribe to CCLD PINs, please go to the Important Information webpage on the CCLD website and provide the requested information, such as your email address. 6Beds, Inc. also encourages you to forward this email to your colleagues and friends who provide care in RCFEs to share this important message.