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Rachel Reeves
Director of Communications
rreeves@ncal.org
(202) 898-2803
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Media Resources

Background, Regulatory, Statistical

NCAL State Assisted Living Regulatory Review
This annual report contains summaries of assisted living regulations in 50 states and the District of Columbia across more than 20 categories. It includes the contact information for state agencies that oversee assisted living, which is regulated primarily at the state level.

NCAL's Facts and Figures
Find statistics from multiple prominent sources on assisted living communities, residents, workforce, and financing.

Consumer Resources
This section of the NCAL website is intended to help consumers better understand assisted living, including tips on how to find and choose a community, as well as payment options. Reporters are welcome to copy the text on the consumer resources page with attribution. ​​​​

Assisted Living: What You Need To Know
This book offers a brief overview of assisted living: how it fits into the long term care continuum, state and federal regulations, customer service, resident and family councils, confidentiality, dementia, nutrition, disclosure, abuse and neglect, risk management, standard precautions, and emergency situations. Readers will have a point of reference and a solid basis for further training.
Media Note: Copies are available free-of-charge for the media. Contact Rachel Reeves at (202) 898-2803.
 
 

 NCAL's Guiding Principles

 
​​NCAL developed the Guiding Principles as an informational resource to generally describe what assisted living is and some of the ways that the assisted living profession is striving to continue developing and improving services. Members of the media may consult these documents and copy the content with attribution.

Please note: The contents of the Guiding Principles may represent some preferred practices, but do not represent minimum standards, “standards of care,” or industry-wide norms for assisted living communities.
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