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Consumer Information

The California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF) and its members are dedicated to improving the quality of long-term health care in California through educational programs and proactive advocacy with the Legislature and administrative agencies.

Use the navigation bar on the right-hand side of this page to access useful information, tools and resources related to long-term care.

News & Updates

Nursing Home Compare is a national clearinghouse for information about nursing homes.
View inspection reports, staffing levels, quality measures, penalties and how the facility
ranks in the Five-Star rating. Visit the site

Checklist: What to look for, what questions to ask, and what to expect. Read more

GUIDE TO LONG-TERM CARE HOUSING OPTIONS                                             
There are significant differences in services and government oversight between skilled nursing facilities and assisted living settings. Understand your options

GUIDE TO LONG-TERM CARE                                                
A guide to understanding the definitions and basic facts

about all aspects of long term care.  Guide

The California Association of Health Facilities publishes an annual Quality Update to provide an overview of quality improvement efforts in California's long-term care facilities.

GIFT IDEAS FOR SKILLED-NURSING RESIDENTS                               
If you are unable to give the gift of time to a loved one,
consider these gift ideas and be sure to consult caregivers
for assistance in choosing the most appropriate gift.

The SCAN Foundation, an independent not-for-profit charitable foundation – with a mission focused exclusively on long-term care – issued a new report in Jan. 2012 entitled Nursing Facilities in California highlighting improvements in the delivery of long-term care services. Read how California nursing facilities scored better than the national average in staffing, turnover and number of deficiencies.

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Medicare Part D Primer
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Psychoactive Drugs
Understanding their use
in long-term care

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