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CAHF'S STAFF RATIO TOOLKIT: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
Learn more about the 3.5/2.4 staffing ratios and the waivers addressing them with CAHF's Staff Ratio Toolkit.

THE BUZZ: OLDER ADULTS BIG USERS OF MARIJUANA
September 21, Washington Post
People ages 55-64 are more likely to smoke pot than teenagers

BOOMER EXPECTATIONS IN OLD AGE
September 20, Reuters
Study says Baby Boomers expect their children to care for them in old age.

ASSISTED LIVING CONSTRUCTION HURTS SKILLED NURSING
September 18, Skilled Nursing News
Study show rise of senior housing has impact on skilled nursing profits

LOW DOSE ASPIRIN CONCERNS
September 17, The New York Times
No longer recommended for older adults

TREATING OLDER WOMEN WITH BREAST CANCER

September 14, The New York Times
Surgery may not be the best option. 

HURRICANE FLORENCE: EVACUATE OR SHELTER IN PLACE?
September 13, USA Today
Facilities struggle to decide what's best for resident safety.
 


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Founded in 1950, the California Association of Health Facilities is a non-profit trade association representing skilled-nursing facilities and intermediate-care facilities for people with intellectual disabilities. It is dedicated to providing quality care for the frail, elderly, intellectually disabled and those with chronic mental illness. CAHF is the largest provider of continuing education for long-term care providers in California. Serving 370,000 individuals each year, skilled nursing providers are directly responsible for more than 140,000 jobs and $5.6 billion in wages and benefits to long-term care employees.

Contact

California Association of Health Facilities
2201 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95816-4922
member.services@cahf.org

Phone: 916.441.6400
Fax: 916.441.6441