New Calif. rule may cause lapses in care for people with disabilities

10/28/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A new requirement for background and fingerprint checks of California home health workers could result in disastrous lapses in care for those who require the services, say some advocates for people with disabilities. State officials say administrators should not be surprised by the new rules, although the timeline for implementation has been quick. Some opponents of the plan say the aggressive time frame is an attempt by the state administration to reduce participation in a state-run in-home program.

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