Minnesota is establishing licensure requirements for senior care facilities that provide assisted living services or assisted living services for people with dementia. Starting August 1, 2021, such facilities will be required to hold a license that covers housing services and home care regulations. Currently, Minnesota requires facilities commonly thought of as providing assisted living services to hold two separate licenses, one for housing and one for supportive living services. The changes are due to the 2019 Assisted Living Licensure law under Minnesota Statutes, chapter 144G. The law calls for the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) to implement the single licensure . . .