Georgia General Assembly Passes Senate Bill 178

Prior to the end of the session last week, the Georgia General Assembly passed a law establishing a new licensure category of long-term care facilities, to be known as “assisted living communities” (ALCs). An ALC would be a personal care home with a minimum of 25 beds that applies for a license to provide additional services that should allow residents to remain in place for a longer period of time.

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