Find out if your legislator voted to protect nursing home residents and caregivers by voting No on the PCA bill. See the full report card below or click the link.
With the coronavirus still ravaging the state of Florida, it’s more important than ever that nursing home workers have the personal protective equipment (PPE) they need to keep their residents
1199SEIU Caregivers at Consulate Nursing Homes Reach Tentative Agreement With Employer to Invest More in Caregivers & Bedside Care
1199SEIU nursing home caregivers employed by Consulate Health Care reached a tentative agreement with their employer on November 8 that invests more in caregivers and resident care at 19 facilities throughout Florida.
Report Finds Some FL Nursing Homes Violating Staffing Law Along with High Usage of Antipsychotic Drugs on Seniors
MIAMI - 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East Florida (1199SEU Florida) today released a study that examines nursing home chain Consulate Health Care’s track record of federal and state fines and below-average care that has put the health of seniors and people living with a disability at risk.
Staffing levels are of grave concern to us because, while we are barely above the state's minimum standards, Consulates current levels mean that we have between 4-6 more residents than we did before. As you can imagine, this means we don't get to spend the quality time that we need with each person to ensure that we can serve their meals warm, or ensuring they are as comfortable, changed, cleaned or attended to as we (and we think you) would like.
Throughout the 2012 Florida legislative session, caregivers, concerned citizens and families with loved ones in a nursing home have been taking action in Tallahassee and across the state to restore
The budget cuts to bedside care in Florida’s nursing homes, passed last year, have impacted thousands of nursing homes residents and nursing home workers. Staffing levels were reduced from a
Tallahassee, Florida – The budget cuts to bedside care in nursing homes, passed last year, have impacted thousands of nursing homes residents – putting their lives in danger. Healthcare workers, families, advocates and retirees will travel to the Capitol to tell the stories of increased falls, infection and bedsores and ask lawmakers to restore the budget cuts.
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