REMINDER: All adult care homes in Kansas remain under strict lockdown per CMS and KDADS guidelines. On May 18th CMS released guidance to states that keeps nursing homes under the highest restriction category but allows states to develop their own plans to start the process of re-opening long-term care facilities. The state of Kansas does not yet have a re-opening plan for long term care. Until they do, nothing has changed and all visitors, group activities and communal dining are restricted. This includes Assisted Living, Residential Healthcare and Home Plus residences.

6-5-2020 | Action Alert – Contact the Governor
Yesterday, the state legislature approved a COVID-19 bill that excludes adult care homes from the lawsuit immunity that every other health care provider in the state is receiving during the pandemic.  This was after Governor Kelly threatened to veto any bill that contained lawsuit protection for adult care homes.  There is still time before the bill is signed into law. Contact Governor Kelly today through our latest action alert  The Governor Must Hear From Us.

If you have contacted the Governor, thank you. Please consider asking others who support our cause to do the same.

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