Long Term Ombudsman

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Long Term Ombudsman
Long Term Ombudsman is listed in the Nursing Homes & Life Care Facilities category in Cleveland, Ohio. Displayed below are the social networks for Long Term Ombudsman which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Long Term Ombudsman on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Long Term Ombudsman is:
2800 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44115
(216) 696-2719

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Long Term Ombudsman has an overall ZapScore of 67. This means that Long Term Ombudsman has a higher ZapScore than 67% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Cleveland, Ohio is 36 and in the category is 47. Learn more about ZapScore.

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LTCO - Long Term Care Ombudsman shared National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care's post.
Have you called your Senator today?
It's National Call-In Day to Save Our Health Care: Call Your Senator Today! 1. Call the Capitol switchboard at (202) 224‐3121. If you can’t get through when you call, please keep trying. The switchboard is going to be extremely busy! 2. Follow the prompts. Press “1” to indicate you want to speak with your Senator, then say your state and press “1”to indicate that the state is correct. Finally, press “1” to connect to your first Senator’s office. 3. A staff person or machine will answer the phone. You can leave the message below. Try to personalize the message if possible. "Hello, my name is (name). I am a constituent of Senator (name) from (hometown). I am calling to urge Senator NAME to vote against the American Health Care Act. The bill would result in devasting cuts to Medicaid. Medicaid is the only way most people can pay for long-term care, but these cuts would mean those in need of services and supports wouldn't get them. Please tell Senator NAME to say "NO" to Medicaid cuts and caps and protect the care of all those needing long-term care in NAME OF YOUR STATE and the country." 4. Repeat to call your second Senator and leave the same message.

LTCO - Long Term Care Ombudsman shared National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care's photo.
Excellent resources! 💜
Today is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Join people all over the world to highlight the growing tragic issue of elder abuse. As many as 1 in 10 older Americans are abused or neglected each year. Older adults are contributing members of society and their abuse or neglect diminishes all of us. Find resources: http://theconsumervoice.org/issues/other-issues-and-resources/elder-abuse Learn more about #WEAAD: http://eldermistreatment.usc.edu/weaad-home/

Our thoughts are with the Warner family today as they celebrate the life of Eleanor M. Warner. Eleanor served LTCO as an ombudsman, Executive Director and volunteer. She was a strong advocate who was committed to social justice. Our organization benefited from her passion. With love & peace
Read the Obituary and view the Guest Book, leave condolences or send flowers. | (nee Merrick), Born October 19, 1924, died May 3, 2017. Eleanor grew up in Grand Rapids, MI and credited her parents for the path she took in life. Her father, Benjamin P. Merrick, was an esteemed

LTCO - Long Term Care Ombudsman shared National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care's post.
The nursing home rules are safe from rollback under the Congressional Review Act! The deadline for introducing resolutions of disapproval under the CRA passed yesterday. These new rules, released last fall, provide, among other things, important new protections for residents, such as from abuse and eviction from a nursing home, plus they provide an increased focus on the provision of person-centered care. This is good news for nursing home residents! Visit our website for more information about the revised nursing home rules. http://theconsumervoice.org/issues/issue_details/proposed-revisions-to-the-federal-nursing-home-regulations
National Consumer Voice

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Today is a National Medicaid Call-In Day to advocate against changes proposed in the American Health Care Act that would gut Medicaid. These changes threaten the care and well-being of nursing home residents and other long-term care consumers. Please take action to protect all those receiving services and supports in nursing homes, assisted living and at home. We thank SEIU for making a toll-free number available. Calling in will take just a few moments and is as easy as 1-2-3: 1. Dial 866-426-2631 2. Enter your zipcode and # 3. Leave your message with the person who answers the phone. You will not have much time for your message, so make it short and sweet. Here are some “ready-to-go” talking points you can use: • Vote no on the American Health Care Act • The proposal would result in drastic cuts to Medicaid • Medicaid is the only way most people pay for long-term care in the United States because this care is so expensive – the annual cost of a private room in a nursing home is $92,378; the annual cost of a home health aide is $46,332* • Cuts would mean that our grandparents and parents won’t get the nursing home care or home care they need and may have no one to take care of them • Please oppose the American Health Care Act - we can’t turn our backs on our loved ones and the most vulnerable in our country