Health Law

A Primer on Senior Living Facilities

, New York Law Journal

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In his Health Law column, Francis J. Serbaroli of Greenberg Traurig reviews the various types of supportive housing and assisted living facilities licensed and regulated in New York state. He notes that these types of facilities enable more and more senior citizens to “age in place” in their own homes with appropriate medical and social support, rather than spending their remaining years in nursing homes.

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