DHS Postpones Pilot Testing of Assisted Living Quality of Life and Satisfaction Surveys

The Minnesota Department of Human Services and the Minnesota Board on Aging have postponed plans for pilot-testing resident quality of life surveys and family satisfaction surveys with Minnesota assisted living settings until further notice. 

Pilot-testing is being postponed to restrict all non-essential visits to assisted living settings to help prevent the possible spread of COVID-19. This work is also being postponed to allow assisted living settings to focus on COVID-19 prevention and mitigation and other high-priority work occurring in the settings.   

An email was sent to all assisted living settings that were randomly sampled and invited to participate in the pilot to let them know about the plans to postpone pilot-testing. 

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