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  • My Elder Advocate has announced that they have signed their second Franchise Agreement and will open a My Elder Advocate Franchise in Nassau County. The newest franchisee, Bella Kirschner, has years of experience in the senior care market. “We are blessed to have Bella join us in our quest to continue to advocate for elders and their rights.” Said Claudine Halpern, Chief Operating Officer of My Elder Advocate. “Bella’s experience will allow her to hit the ground running.”

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  • My Elder Advocate has announced that they have signed their second Franchise Agreement and will open a My Elder Advocate Franchise in Nassau County. The newest franchisee, Bella Kirschner, has years of experience in the senior care market. “We are blessed to have Bella join us in our quest to continue to advocate for elders and their rights.” Said Claudine Halpern, Chief Operating Officer of My Elder Advocate. “Bella’s experience will allow her to hit the ground running.”

  • People complain about nursing homes a lot: the food’s no good or there’s not enough staff, and so on. It’s a long list. But the top complaint, according to the federal government, is eviction from a nursing home. Technically, it’s known as involuntary discharge, and in 2015 it brought in more than 9,000 complaints. Now, a couple of states are looking for ways to hold nursing homes accountable for unnecessary evictions. One of those states is Maryland. Brian Frosh, the state’s attorney general, s