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Over the next 15 years, the number of Kansans who are over 65 years old will grow by 40%.  Think about that.  One in four people will be receiving long-term care services themselves or caring for a loved one who needs that support. It could be you. It was 3:00 am when Barb awoke to the sound of the phone ringing.  Barely coherent, she...

Kansas’ long-term care facilities beg for help with ‘price-gouging’ staffing agencies

"Dan Goodman, executive director of Kansas Advocates for Better Care, said in an interview all sorts of healthcare, advocacy and education interests should be involved in legislative discussions about rolling back training standards for CNAs.  'If you’re looking at quality and looking at long-term sustainability you look at raising the bar instead of lowering it,' Goodman said." Shared from the Kansas...