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Kansas lawmakers seek to ensure visitation in nursing homes and hospitals after COVID-19 Mar 21, 2023 - As of last week, 10,093 Kansans had died from COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic almost three years ago. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and… Read More
Celebrating Women’s History Month, 2023 Mar 3, 2023 - The Women Who Launched Long-Term Care Advocacy in Kansas As we celebrate Women's History Month, KABC wishes to highlight the efforts of our founders.  Read the entire blog here. Learn… Read More

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Elder Care Resources & Projects

Just as you have with many important decisions, state your choices about long-term care. Don’t leave it to others or circumstance to make decisions that will affect every day of your life.

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.

Doctor helping woman

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

News and Events
  • Please Welcome Devon Plumberg to KABC!
    Hello!  I’m both excited and honored to join the KABC team as Community Engagement & Development Coordinator. Like many of you, I was educated and...
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  • KABC Welcomes Libby Hastings
    Hello, everyone! My name is Libby and I hail from El Dorado, Kansas. I graduated with a B.A. from Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois. After graduati...
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    Please Welcome Dan Goodman, KABC’s New Executive Director.  After a three-month search, KABC Board Chair Molly Wood announced that Dan Goodman ...
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