Join us March 27-28 for Advocacy Days
This event includes meetings with legislators at the Florida Capitol as well as a legislative briefing and information on FSLA’s 2023 Legislative Session Priorities.
2023 Legislative Session
As a trusted and dependable advocacy resource, FSLA’s goal is to continue our stellar reputation for accomplishing significant legislative and regulatory policy efforts that benefit Florida’s senior living providers and residents. With the senior living industry generating a $14.5 billion annual state economic impact, this continued success is critical for providers, seniors, and the state. FSLA’s 2023 public policy priorities includes:
• Passage of Long-Term Care Sustainability efforts, which seeks parity: (1) for ALFs with existing statutory liability protections available for nursing homes; and (2) for ALFs and nursing homes with existing medical malpractice protections available to other healthcare providers such as hospitals and physicians.
• Advocating for statutory changes to all insurance lines that would benefit all businesses, including ALFs, memory care, and independent living facilities.
• Continuation of FSLA’s CNA On-the-Job Training Program, which deploys on the job CNA training at no-cost to staff to help alleviate the ALF workforce shortage crisis.
• Advocating that health care staffing rates be subject to Florida’s price gouging statutes during declared states of emergency, and that staffing agencies be deterred from taking undo advantage of ALFs who are struggling to find and retain staff.
Governor Ron DeSantis (R)
Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez (R)
Office of Governor Ron Desantis
State of Florida
400 S. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0001
Phone: (850) 717-9337
Email Governor DeSantis
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