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… Because it Could Be Me May 8, 2023 - Do you have concerns about sudden changes in your loved-one's behaviors? Please read this compelling story about the mis-use of anti-psychotic medications.  Because it could be me. Your gift to… Read More
KABC Collaborates with KU’s Sigler Aging Scholars Apr 5, 2023 - Kansas Advocates for Better Care (KABC) recently collaborated with the University of Kansas Master of Social Welfare program and the Sigler Family Aging Scholars (Kristin Nichols, Lindsay Huddlestun, Sam Gibson)… 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.

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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
  • Roadmap to Assisted Living & Your Rights - Materials Now Available
    Many thanks to everyone who was able to attend KABC’s September 10th caregiver training, “Roadmap to Assisted Living & Your Rights.&#...
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  • Charlie & Rachel Imthurn's Story
    On January 28, 2021, after 10 long years of fighting, Rachel finally was able to tell Charlie’s story to the Kansas legislature.  You can read it here...
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  • Kansas Nursing Homes cited for failing to prevent infections and failing to control infection spread
    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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