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Adult Care Home and Nursing Home Community Advisory Committees

The Adult Care Home (ACH) Community Advisory Committee and the Nursing Home (NH) Community Advisory Committee are state-mandated and county-appointed committees that serve as advocates for long term care residents. They receive training and technical assistance from the Ombudsman Program.

 

Site Visits Membership
Meetings and Minutes Responsibilities

ACH Community Advisory Committee Members

NH Community Advisory Committee Members

 

 

SITE VISITS

 

Click the links below to view an archive of:

Adult care home site visit reports

Family care home site visit reports

Nursing home site visit reports

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MEETINGS and MINUTES

 

The Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee meets on the third Thursday of every other month from, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM at the Central Orange Senior Center in Hillsborough.

 

Adult Care Home Community

Advisory Committee Minutes

2014 2015 2016
     

 

The Nursing Home Community Advisory Committee meets every other month on the first Monday, from 5:30-7:00PM at the Robert and Pearl Seymour Center in Chapel Hill.

 

Nursing Home Community

Advisory Committee Minutes

2014 2015 2016
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For questions about the Adult Care Home and Nursing Home Community Advisory Committe meetings and minutes, please call (919) 558-9401.

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MEMBERSHIP

 

Interested in become a member of the Adult Care Home or Nursing Home Community Advisory Committee? Click here to apply.

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RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Responsibilities for both the Adult Care Home Community Advisory Committee and the Nursing Home Community Advisory Committee are to:

  1. Work to maintain the intent of the Residents’ Bill of Rights and ensure quality care for long term care residents.
  2. Promote community involvement and cooperation within long term care facilities.
  3. Conduct quarterly visits in adult care homes and nursing homes in the county and annually visit all family care homes in the county.
  4. Apprise itself of the general condition under which persons are residing in the homes and work for the best interests of the persons in the homes. This may include assisting persons who have grievances with the home and facilitating the resolution of grievances at the local level.
  5. Prepare reports as required by the Department of Health and Human Services containing an appraisal of the problems of facilities as well as issues affecting long term care in general.

For more information, check out the Essential Guide to the Adult Care Home and Nursing Home Long Term Care Community Advisory Committees.

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