Continuing Care Facility Reimbursement

Laws/Regulations

In accordance with Section 17b-522 of the Connecticut General Statutes, a CCF is required to provide Notice to Prospective Resident or his or her legal representative that a continuing-care contract is a financial investment and your investment may be at risk; the CCF's ability to meet contractual obligations under such contract depends upon the CCF's financial performance; and a prospective resident is advised to consult an attorney or other professional experienced in matters relating to investments in continuing-care facilities before you execute a contract for continuing care. The Connecticut Department of Social Services does not guarantee the security of your investment.

Public Act No. 15-115 - An Act Establishing a Bill of Rights for Residents of Continuing-Care Retirement Communities

Connecticut Statute for the Management of Continuing Care Facilities Opens in a new window

A Guide Book for the Connecticut Consumer - Continuing Care Retirement Communities

CCRC Regulatory Handbook 2014