National Long Term Care Study Deadline Extended

The National Center for Health Statistics has extended the data collection deadline for the 2012 National Study of Long Term Care Providers (NSLTCP). Of the 11,700 assisted living and residential care communities selected to participate, almost half have responded so far. 

The information learned through this study will help in national assisted living and residential care planning efforts. If you have received a packet of information or a phone call inviting you to participate, we encourage you to do so now. This is an opportunity to represent your community and the industry as a whole. All data collected will be kept in confidence and no individual provider, staff, or resident identifiable data will be released.

Click here for more information about the NSLTCP.

5 Responses to “National Long Term Care Study Deadline Extended”

  1. I am writing to find out if it is too late for our facility to participate in your long-term care study. We have been offering long-term care and assisgted living for many years.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you

    Donna Plotnick
    Director of Marketing
    Job Haines Home
    973-743-0792, ext. 133

  2. I am writing to find out if there is still time for us to participate in the long-term care study?

  3. Hello Donna and Ellen. Unfortunately communities must be part of the group randomly selected by NCHS. Fortunately we will all be able to access the results when they become available.

  4. I am completing the survey that i received via email and i would like to know where to send it when complete. I can fax it or send it through the mail. Please let me know so that i may take care of this as soon as possible. Thank you

    -Jennifer Richardson
    Assistant Administrator/Activity Director
    Country Place Assisted Living

  5. Hello Jennifer. That’s a great question. I am not certain of the mailing address, but the this support line for the NSLTCP was posted on the CDC website: (800) 957-6456. I would suggest giving them a call to inquire.

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