Salli Pung, Michigan Long Term Care Ombudsman, has letter cited in Traverse City Record-Eagle's article: "Michigan lawmakers pass $25 million no-fault fund in response to reform critics"

Fri, 07/02/2021

State Long Term Care Ombudsman Salli Pung previously said in a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake) that moving such patients to nursing homes was not a viable option.

“These specialized services are not available in nursing homes or other long-term care settings, and the staff in these new settings have not been trained to meet the unique needs of these survivors,” Pung said. Read full article here.