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Save Our Nursing Homes! Call 866-395-3747 to hold lawmakers accountable for supporting legislation that cuts staffing and care in Florida nursing homes.

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Nursing staff rallies for better pay, more staffing

Local health care workers demonstrated Thursday outside of Avante, a skilled nursing facility in Palm Beach County.

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Sun Sentinel: Budget deal gives nursing homes lower staffing mandates

By Aaron Deslatte May 5,

PRESS RELEASE: Concerned Caregivers Petition Florida Nursing Home Operators to Maintain Safe Staffing Despite Roll Back of Landmark Law

Miami, FL – On behalf of nursing home residents, caregivers in 40 nursing homes in Florida today announced the delivery of 3,000 workers’ signatures to nursing home administrators urging them to keep bedside safe staffing levels in place and ignore the roll-back passed by the Florida Legislature. The proposed roll-back, which poses a serious threat to the health and safety of elderly and disabled nursing home residents, will be implemented when the state’s 2011-2012 budget takes effect July 1.

Associated Press: Groups call on nursing homes to maintain staffing

June 29, 2011 MIAMI —

Save Our Nursing Homes! Call 866-395-3747 to hold lawmakers accountable for supporting legislation that cuts staffing and care in Florida nursing homes.

                     Legislative Action! Help Protect Nursing Home Residents & Caregivers Call lawmakers and tell them you disapprove of their vote in favor HB 1239 – a new law that weakens minimum staffing standards and will hurt the quality of care. Here’s