Regulations and Statutes By Facility Type
Department of Public Health Federal Regulations - Electronic Code of Federal Regulations – E-CFR – Public Health – Requirements for States and Long Term Care Facilities – Includes Residents Rights, Abuse-Neglect, Admission-Transfer-Discharge, Person-Centered Care Planning, Resident Assessment, and Many Other Areas. You can also (See List of Federal Regulations Broken Down By Section).
Connecticut General Assembly Statutes - Connecticut General Assembly State Statutes – Health Care Institutions Includes Nursing Homes
Department of Public Health State Regulations - CT State Department of Public Health Nursing Home Regulations
Other Pertinent Nursing Home Acts:
Public Act 19-89 | S.B. 375 - AN ACT CONCERNING NURSING HOME STAFFING LEVELS - This act requires that each nursing home facility calculate and post daily in a public area of the facility, the total number of nurses and nurse's aides providing direct patient care to residents of the nursing home facility.
Public Act 11-32 | H.B. 5045 - AN ACT REQUIRING HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS TO DISPLAY PHOTOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION BADGES DURING WORK HOURS - This Act requires any health care provider who provides direct patient care shall wear in plain view a photographic name badge issued by the health care facility or institution which includes the name of the health care facility or institution, the name of the provider, and the type of license or employment title
Residential Care Home
Department of Public Health Federal Regulations - There Are No Federal Regulations Specifically On Residential Care Homes (RCHs) – 2022 Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) Federal Regulation Implementation Will Apply To RCHs That Seek To Be Waiver Compliant
Connecticut General Assembly Statutes - Connecticut General Assembly State Statutes – Health Care Institutions Includes Some RCH/Rest Home Information
Department of Public Health State Regulations - CT State Department of Public Health Residential Care Home Regulations – Referred To In Statute As Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes
Department of Public Health Federal Regulations - There Are No Federal Regulations Specifically On Assisted Living – A National Senior Living Trade Association, Argentum, Has Submitted a Proposal To The American National Standards Institute For Development Of National Standards In The Field But There Has Been Industry Opposition To Such And An Appeal Hearing Is Scheduled In February 2020 To Review Concerns – There Is Increasing Interest Among Advocates and Some Legislators To Have Federal Regulations for Assisted Living
Connecticut General Assembly Statutes - There Are No Connecticut General Assembly State Statutes Specifically on Assisted Living Other Than Alzheimer’s Training and Special Unit Statutes That Apply To Different Health Care Settings Including. See CT State Statutes Section 19-a562 to view the requirements pertaining to specialized training requirements for staff of individuals residing in Specialized Alzheimers/Memory Care Units. Also see CT State Statutes on Managed Residential Communities (MRCs), The Non-Health Care Portion Of Senior Living and Assisted Living Facilities. As well as the CT State Statutes for Landlord Tenant Rights.
Office of Legislative Research Issue Brief - December 2022 OLR Summary of DPH State Regulations for Assisted Living Facilities
Managed Residential Care
Department of Public Health Federal Regulations
Department of Public Health State Regulations
Continuing Care Facilities
Additional CT State Statutes
State Statutes on Alzheimer's Special Care Units and Program Requirements - Requirements pertaining to specialized training requirements for staff of individuals residing in Specialized Alzheimer's/Memory Care Units.
State Statutes on Long Term Care Issues Including Long Term Care Planning Committee, Money Follows the Person program, nursing home self-pay rates regulated, certificate of needs, state assisted living programs, pre-admission screening process for nursing homes, etc.
State Statutes on the Connecticut Home Care Program For Elders - A program that may apply for certain residents that meet low-income and functional eligibility criteria.