The legislature has already passed 6Beds’ sponsored bill, Assembly Bill 1437 (Criminal Record Clearances); Governor Brown just needs to sign it.
AB 1437 allows a cleared worker to be associated with all the facilities operated by the same owner by filing a single form eliminating the need for filing multiple forms for transfer among those facilities. AB 1437 will also allow licensees to designate a single Central Administrative Facility within a region to which all of a licensee’s employees may be associated to.
Help us urge Governor brown to sign AB 1437 by end of September.
Currently, every time a worker goes to work at another facility even on a temporary basis to fill in for an absent worker, a form must be filed with the Community Care Licensing Division to transfer the worker’s criminal background clearance to that other location even if the location is operated by the same licensee. Failure to file the form before the worker transfers can draw fines of $100 a day up to $500 — even though the worker in fact has a criminal background clearance.
Do you support AB 1437? If so, let Governor Brown know ASAP.
SIGN PETITION NOW:
The legislature has already passed Assembly Bill 2233 (Assisted Living Waiver); Governor Brown just needs to sign it.
AB 2233 impacts our industry and the growing communities we serve. Let us stand united in support of one another and all older adults in California.
Help us urge Governor Brown to sign AB 2233 by end of September.
AB 2233 offers many benefits:
- Enrollment increase from 5,700 to as high as 18,500.
- Expansion of ALW beyond the 15 counties currently approved participation.
- Increased transparency in how the wait list is administered.
Do you support AB 2233? If so, let Governor Brown know ASAP.
The program is currently limited to 5,700 people but the need is much greater. The current wait list requires people to wait months and sometimes years in order to receive services.
AB 2233 will allow enrollment in the assisted living program to increase up to 18,500 people and improves several other aspects of the program. The legislation already passed through the Senate and the Assembly without any “no” votes. And for good reason – an improved ALW program benefits both consumers and the state, which saves thousands of dollars monthly when a Medi-Cal beneficiary receives necessary services through the ALW rather than in a nursing home.