CT noncommittal to nursing homes’ request for more money

CT noncommittal to nursing homes’ request for more money

State officials were noncommittal this month when responding to a voluminous request for funding from the nursing home industry, which is struggling to staff its facilities and keep up with soaring inflation.

The nursing homes, stung by chronic staffing issues and wage pressure, had asked for $193 million more in aid to help sustain struggling elder care facilities. The state’s social services budget allows for an additional $28 million. Leaders at the department did not immediately agree to send more money to the sector.

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