Assisted Living Licensing

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Border Health Partnerships

By | July 12th, 2011|General, Licensing, Preparedness, Prevention|

A few weeks ago I blogged about the June plenary session of the Arizona Mexico Commission called Arizona & Sonora: Gateway for Innovation.  The conference provided an opportunity to move forward a bi-national agenda supported by Arizona and Sonora.  The health committee discussed regional approaches to valley fever surveillance, burn patient infrastructure, substance abuse, TB, border [...]

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Assisted Living Technical Assistance

By | May 3rd, 2011|Licensing|

Residents in our licensed Assisted Living facilities are supposed to have a “service plan” that identifies their care needs and provides information about how the facility intends to meet those needs.  We’ve found that good service plans are crucial in providing quality service, but that facilities sometimes struggle to develop effective plans for all their [...]

Licensing Customer Service

By | September 22nd, 2010|Licensing|

Our Office of Assisted Living Licensure has developed several classes to help assisted living providers to better follow our quality assurance rules for assisted living facilities.  Over the past year, surveyors have presented monthly classes on Medication Rules and a refresher class on the Administration of Medications for caregivers and managers.  A new presentation on the rules for [...]

Health and Safety of Residential Clients Protected

By | August 17th, 2010|General|

Last month, the City of Phoenix submitted a complaint against a supervisory care center in Phoenix, alleging neglect of the residents.  Our team from Assisted Living Licensing worked with the Phoenix Police Department, Phoenix Fire Department, and a Phoenix neighborhood association to conduct an investigation of the supervisory care center.  The investigation substantiated that approximately [...]