Brian Lambert The Star Tribune’s Chris Serres reports: “The state agency responsible for protecting vulnerable adults failed to provide adequate oversight over 20 adult day centers, which contributed to numerous health and safety violations. The problems were disclosed in a federal audit released this week by the Office of Inspector General for the federal Department of Health and Human Services. … Overall, the agency found 200 violations of health, safety and administrative requirements at the adult day centers, which primarily serve seniors and adults with disabilities, according to the inspector general’s audit report.”So you’re saying we’ve all buckled up? Says Lucas Johnson of the PiPress, “Citations for not wearing seat belts...
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Federal audit cites state for failing to provide adequate oversight of adult day centers