Alaska Statutes.
Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
Chapter 33. Assisted Living Homes
Section 320. Access to Assisted Living Home.
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AS 47.33.320. Access to Assisted Living Home.

An assisted living home shall allow advocates and the representatives of community legal services programs access to the home at reasonable times to, subject to the resident's consent,

(1) visit with a resident of the home and make personal, social, and legal services available to the resident;

(2) distribute educational and informational materials to advise a resident or resident's representative of applicable rights; and

(3) assist a resident or a resident's representative in asserting legal rights or claims.

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