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KABC is Hiring Sep 9, 2020 - September 9, 2020:  Kansas Advocates for Better Care is seeking a committed, dynamic leader to advance good, safe long-term care for older Kansans and the public programs and policies which… Read More

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Elder Care Resources & Projects

On January 29, 2019 Mitzi McFatrich made a presentation on Understanding & Intervention Older Adults & Dementia to the Sheriffs’ Association in Topeka, KS. Over 100 law enforcement personnel were in attendance.

Informed Consent

If you or a loved-one are living in a nursing facility or assisted living, you have the right to accept or refuse to take anti-psychotic drugs that may have been prescribed. This form is voluntary, as there has not yet been a law passed in Kansas.

Nursing home care

We have compiled a list of Kansas Nursing Homes with Three Years of both Positive and Poor Health and Safety Inspection Trends.

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Did you know that KABC’s Consumer Information Reports (CIR) are more comprehensive than any other online nursing home report?

News and Events
  • Kansas Nursing Homes cited for failing to prevent infections and failing to control infection spread
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    COVID 19 and concerns about infection prevention and control in Kansas Nursing Homes. 117 Kansas nursing homes were repeatedly cited for poor infectio...
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  • CoronaVirus Crisis Campaign
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    In the wake of the CoronaVirus epidemic, the elderly are among the most at risk.  Extreme and unprecedented measures have been taken to stop the sprea...
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  • 2019 Kansas Nursing Home Trends
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    Each year, Kansas Advocates for Better Care (KABC) reviews performance of Kansas nursing facilities based upon on annual health safety inspections con...
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