CHAPTER 349 [OLD]
PROGRAMS ON AGING
REPEALED. L 1976, c 217, §2.
EXECUTIVE OFFICE ON AGING
Part I. General Provisions
349-1 Declaration of purpose; support; duties
349-2 Executive office on aging; appointments
349-3 General functions, duties, and powers of the director
349-3.2 Alzheimer's disease and related dementia services
349-4 Policy advisory board for elder affairs;
lifetime honorary kupuna
349-5 Administrative and program support for the executive
office on aging
349-6 State master plan for elders
349-7 Recognition as responsible state agency
349-8 Powers of other departments and agencies; cooperation
with the executive office on aging
349-9 County functions
349-10 Annual senior citizen's fair
349-11 State policy for senior centers
349-12 to 14 Renumbered
Part II. Kupuna Care and Caregiver Support Services
349-15 Coordination and development of caregiver support
349-17 Kupuna care program
349-18 Kupuna caregivers program
Part III. Office of the Long-Term Care Ombudsman
349-21 Office of the long-term care ombudsman
349-22 Access to long-term care facilities
349-23 Retaliatory acts by facilities or facility employees
349-24 Wilful interference; prohibited
349-25 Posting and distribution of information
Part IV. Aging and Disability Resource Centers
349-32 Aging and disability resource centers; established
Evaluation reports to 2017-2018 legislature on the effectiveness of aging and disability resource centers. L 2016, c 138, §2.
Long-term care policy goals and guidelines. L 2008, c 224, §§2, 3.
Long-term care public education and awareness campaign; report to 2017 legislature. L 2014, c 151, §§7, 8; L 2015, c 126, §19.
Nursing facility sustainability program (repealed June 30, 2016 and December 31, 2016). L 2012, c 156; L 2013, c 142; L 2014, c 124; L 2015, c 69.
L 2008, c 241, §2 provides:
"SECTION 2. The department of human services shall apply to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to allow persons who are eligible to receive medicaid funds for care at nursing home facilities to remain at home and receive home- and community-based long-term care; provided that the cost for the home- and community-based services shall not exceed the total expenditures that would have been incurred if the person received facility-based long-term care, services, or support."
Progress reports to 2017-2018 legislature on implementation of 2015 federal No Wrong Door/aging and disability resource center network implementation grant. L 2016, c 138, §3.
Actions or penalties for violations committed against elders, see §§28-94, 412:3-114.5, 444-10.7, 480-13, 480-13.5, 485A-603.5, 485A-604.5, and 487-14.
Administration of long term care service development fund, see §321-22.
Nursing facility sustainability program, see chapter 346F.
Law Journals and Reviews
Long-Term Care in Hawaii. 18 HBJ, no. 13, at 59 (2015).