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The Good, Bad & Ugly: Assisted Living Contracts, Terminations & Discharges Under New Assisted Living Law

What You Will Learn

  • Learn the new process for terminating housing services under the new assisted living licensure law and how it differs from what providers must do today
  • Identify how the termination process under the assisted living licensure law will impact both housing and health-related services
  • Understand new contract requirements under new assisted living licensure law

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What You Will Learn

  • Learn the new process for terminating housing services under the new assisted living licensure law and how it differs from what providers must do today
  • Identify how the termination process under the assisted living licensure law will impact both housing and health-related services
  • Understand new contract requirements under new assisted living licensure law
Date Published

May 18, 2021

Publisher

Care Providers of Minnesota

Subjects

Clinical/Regulatory

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Summary

The process for terminating housing services will be changing significantly once the new assisted living law becomes effective in August 2021. Currently, housing terminations fall under the Minnesota landlord-tenant law. Will this still be the case once the assisted living law goes into effect? This session will address how providers can terminate their housing relationships under the new assisted living law, and how housing terminations may be affected by service issues. A housing provider’s obligations when terminating a relationship with a tenant/resident will be discussed, as will a variety of scenarios, including when a tenant stays after health-related services end. In addition, presenters will discuss new contract requirements.


 

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Presenters

April J. Boxeth
Attorney/Partner - Voigt, Rodè, Boxeth & Coffin


Michelle Klegon
Attorney - Klegon Law Office


Ms. Jill Schewe
Director of Assisted Living, Housing & Home Care - Care Providers of Minnesota

Jill Schewe has worked in and with assisted living communities her entire career. As a former assisted living manager, her... Read More

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