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Assisted Living Report Card

An Assisted Living Report Card to measure and report on the quality of individual assisted living settings for housing and services paid for privately and through public programs, is being developed for Minnesota. Once the report card is fully implemented by the DHS Aging and Adult Services Division (AASD) along with the Minnesota Board on Aging (MBA), results will be shared with the public through a website and will be updated over-time as new data on quality are available.

Project Milestones

Stakeholder Advisory Group

An Advisory Group was formed to provide input on different aspects of the report card development and implementation process. The Advisory Group consists of approximately 15 members with representatives including service providers, consumer advocates, lead agencies, and partnering agencies such as the Minnesota Department of Health. Advisory Group meetings are held approximately every three months. Meetings are open to the public, to those who would like to observe. If you are not a member of the Advisory Group and would like to attend an upcoming meeting, please send a message to

Advisory Group meetings

  • Friday, April 10, 2020, 1:00-3:00 p.m. - Cancelled
  • Monday, June 22, 2020, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

Upcoming Project Work 

By the end of September 2020, project work will include:

  • Develop and pilot-test draft resident and family surveys
  • Begin to develop measures of quality based on the surveys and other data sources, 
  • Begin to develop a report card website  

The first resident and family surveys in assisted living settings across the state will be implemented by AASD and MBA during state fiscal year 2021 (July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021).

Questions about this initiative can be directed to:

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