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A new family access plan designed to allow people with nuclear families to access family members with disabilities in New York state has been approved by the New York State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
The program was created to allow nuclear families with a disabled relative or other close family member access to family members in a medical setting.
The program is designed to enable people with disabilities to continue accessing family members while participating in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or residential facility.
While some of the state’s nursing homes and assisted living facilities are currently required to accommodate family members who have disabilities, this plan will allow for families to still participate in those facilities without any restrictions.
The family access proposal will be reviewed by the Health and Human Services Department before it is approved by New York’s Health and Hospitals Corporation.
The plan will also be subject to additional regulatory changes.
The New York Department of Housing Preservation and Development said it plans to issue a final rule on the family access policy later this year.