1 CA CLE hour, including Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law Specialization
The HCBS Final Rule and its Game Changing Effect on
In-Home Programs and
Assisted Living Facilities
Thursday, 8/25, 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm Pacific
via ZOOM
This program is FREE for BHBA Members and $35 for Non Members
Senior Consultant, Public Consulting Group
The Home and Community-based Services Settings Final Rule, commonly known as the Final Rule, is now slated to go into effect on March 17, 2023. Providers and facilities throughout the country are preparing to adapt themselves to the Final Rule’s person-center planning and practices, which will soon be required for their service delivery and for their receipt of certain federal and state funding. The mandate of the Final Rule for integration of consumers who are older or disabled is inspiring  Compliance with the many new requirements in order to continue current funding, however, can be formidable for those who are not adequately prepared.

Our speaker is a senior consultant for Pubic Consulting Group, which has been hired by state and other agencies across the country to help implement the Final Rule. She will share what the Final Rule means for providers and facilities, as well as families, and how everyone is adapting to prepare for 2023. The program is a must for all attorneys, fiduciaries and other professionals who are involved with home or assisted living care for clients and trust beneficiaries.
About the Elder Law Committee of the Trusts & Estates Section
The Trusts & Estates Section is chaired by Kevin Harrington and Joseph Goldman. Find out more at bhba.org/trusts-estates. The Elder Law Committee is chaired by Terry M. Magady. The Trusts & Estates Section and all of its programs is sponsored by:
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