TWIN FALLS, Idaho -- The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare has revoked the license of south-central Idaho assisted living facility in Twin Falls after the agency determined the company failed to employ enough workers.
Agency spokesman Tom Shanahan tells The Times-News in a story published Saturday that inspectors found the problem at the Chaparelle House during an inspection Wednesday.
The agency hired Western Health Care to immediately find new homes for the facility's 18 residents.
Wisconsin-based Assisted Living Concepts owns the facility that was also being investigated after a complaint that it failed to protect its residents from exploitation.
The company did not return a call from The Associated Press on Sunday.