Jan 10 Assisted Living Consumer Town Halls
The Wisconsin Division of Quality Assurance has announced a series of “Assisted Living Consumer Town Halls.”
The intended audience for the Town Halls includes current/future residents of assisted living facilities, family members, and legal representatives.
- The meetings will provide an opportunity to interact directly with regulators, managed care organizations, adult protective agencies, advocates, and other assisted living partners.
- The purpose of the Town Halls is to give participants a better understanding of assisted living facilities, the types of services provided, how assisted living facilities are regulated, the difference between assisted living facilities and nursing homes, available funding sources, and how to access online regulatory and advocacy resources.
The first Consumer Town Hall will be in Milwaukee, on January 29th from 2:30 – 4 PM at the Wisconsin State Office Building, 819 North 6th Street.