SENIOR CITIZENS
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    SENIOR CITIZENS

    Adult care residences; Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission to recommend best method for providing mental health, mental retardation and substance abuse services to persons residing therein. (Patron-Thomas, HJR 86; Howell, SJR 96)

    Aging and Long-Term Care Services and Coordinated Delivery of Such Services at State and Local Levels, a Plan For State-Level Consolidation of; Report of Secretary of Health and Human Resources (HJR 209, 1994). (HD 64)

    Driver's license; shortens validity period of persons 75 or older. Amending § 46.2-330. (Patron-Barry, SB 189)

    Elderly and Disabled Waiver; expressing sense of General Assembly that Department of Medical Assistance Services request a waiver or waiver amendment from federal government and implement consumer-directed personal assistance services, Department to examine existing and available waivers to provide personal assistance services through consumer-based model of service delivery. (Patron-Almand, HJR 125)

    Elderly and Disabled Waiver, Consumer-Directed Services; Report of Department of Medical Assistance Services (HJR 539, 1995). (HD 18)

    Financial Exploitation, Civil Remedies to Enhance Protection of Vulnerable Adults From; Report of Virginia Bar Association (HJR 84, 1994). (HD 24)

    Long-term care; development of a voucher payment system for use in intermediate levels of care. Amending §§ 32.1-325, 63.1-25.1 and 63.1-174.001. (Patron-Guest, HB 1387)

    Long-term care; Joint Commission on Health Care to explore options available to consumers when choosing. (Patron-Guest, HJR 219)

    Long-term care insurance; benefits for home-health care. Adding § 38.2-5202.1. (Patron-Plum, HB 813)

    Long-Term Care Ombudsman; operation of programs. Amending § 2.1-373.1. (Patron-Ingram, HB 1058; Hanger, SB 319)

    Older Citizens, Provision of Certain Services to Low-to-Moderate Income Persons Allowing Them to Remain in Independent Living Facilities; Report of Department of Social Services (HJR 564, 1995). (HD 52)

    Real estate tax; application for exemption by elderly or handicapped may be made by written statement. Amending § 58.1-3213. (Patron-Parrish, HB 275)

    Recreational Activities in Adult Care Residences and Nursing Homes; Report of Department for Aging (SJR 344, 1995). (SD 24)

    Senior Citizens to Enter Into Existing Businesses or Start New Businesses Through Use of Urban and Rural Development Corporations, Ways of Encouraging; Report of Secretary of Commerce and Trade and Secretary of Health and Human Resources (SJR 348, 1995). (SD 31)


    1996 Cumulative Index of Bills, Joint Resolutions, Resolutions and Documents - For additional information, please contact Legislative Information, State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia 23219. Telephone (804) 786-6530. NOTE: Send us e-Mail if you have questions about the General Assembly or Legislative Information. Please include your phone number and address. Last Modified on October 30, 1996 at 10:16am

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