Do you have a loved one living in a nursing home? Tell us what’s happening. 


AARP is fighting to protect vulnerable seniors in nursing homes, assisted living,
and other long-term care facilities from sickness, isolation, and neglect during 
the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We’re urging Congress and state officials to make sure residents and staff are 
tested for the virus; facilities have adequate personal protective equipment like masks, 
gloves and gowns; families can visit with their loved ones through phone or video chat;
residents can go back to their nursing home if they are hospitalized;
facilities inform families—and make public—the number of residents or 
staff that have tested positive for coronavirus, and much more. 

Is your spouse, parent, sibling, or other loved one currently 
living in a nursing home, assisted living, or other long-term care facility? 
Tell us what’s happening, and how the coronavirus is affecting your family 
so we can better fight for you. 

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Question - Required - Do you have a loved one living in a:


Question - Required - Have residents or staff at the facility tested positive for COVID-19?

Question - Required - Is testing for COVID-19 happening at the facility?



Question - Required - Is your loved one receiving the care they need, like help with eating, walking, or taking a shower?

Question - Required - Is the facility fully staffed?

Question - Required - Does the facility's staff have personal protective equipment like masks, gowns, and gloves?



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