Better old folks homes under new Act


Home sweet home: My Manor licensed assisted living retirement and old folks home staff member Noni Norhafizan sharing a light moment with some residents.

PETALING JAYA: Old folks home operators who provide inadequate living quarters for senior citizens will bear the full brunt of a new law which will introduce fines or jail terms to offenders.

The proposed Aged Healthcare Act aims to elevate standards of elderly care in Malaysia where there is no clear law on this so far.

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