Connecticut Statewide Family Council


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Join the CT Statewide Family Council Virtually on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7pm.


Join Zoom Meeting

Or Call In:
Dial: +1 929 205 6099
Meeting ID: 810 4248 4370
Passcode: 093295

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Past Agenda / Minutes

Agenda  Minutes
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 March 2024  March 2024
 February 2024 February 2024
 January 2024  January 2024
 December 2023 December 2023
 November 2023  November 2023
 October 2023  October 2023
 September 2023  September 2023
 August 2023  August 2023
 July 2023  July 2023
 June 2023 (N/A) June 2023 (N/A)
 May 2023  May 2023
 April 2023 April 2023
 March 2023 March 2023
 February 2023 February 2023
 January 2023 January 2023
 December 2022 December 2022
 November 2022 November 2022
 October 2022 October 2022
 September 2022 September 2022
 August 2022 August 2022
 July 2022  July 2022
June 2022 (N/A) June 2022 (N/A)
May 2022 May 2022
April 2022 April 2022
 March 2022 March 2022
 February 2022 February 2022
January 2022  January 2022



 Presentations / Resources
 Topics Presented at 2022 Meetings
 December 2022 Tech Act Overview
 LTC Facility Admissions Brochure
 What is a Family Council?
 Family Council Sign Up Form
 Essential Support Person (ESP)
 FAMILY GUIDE TO EFFECTIVE FAMILY COUNCILS - This guide is designed to help families develop and maintain a strong, effective, family run family council. It provides step-by-step guidance, as well as sample forms that can be used. But, councils - like people - are unique, and so the suggestions presented in this book should be adapted to fit the needs of your council. 

To learn more about family councils, also please take a look at the National Consumer Voice Family council center. This site contains factsheets and other materials related to family council creation, maintenance, rights under federal law and advocacy. It also has information about family council grants, networking opportunities, other ways to get involved in long-term care advocacy and additional resources. 


For more information about establishing a local family council at your own loved ones facility visit our Resident and Family Council PageIf you'd like to learn more about, or join the statewide family council; please contact the CT Statewide Family Council: or  The Long Term Care Ombudsman.

You can also click to Sign Up for e-mail updates with Local/State Wide Family Council Resources and Information.



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