By 2030, approximately one out of four New Yorkers will be 60 or older. There are many opportunities on the horizon to improve how we meet the needs of older adults in our state – from enhancing the capacity of our long-term care system to addressing racial and socioeconomic health disparities among this age group.
Is it time for New York to join states like California, Texas, Colorado, and Massachusetts in launching a comprehensive, cross-sector Master Plan for Aging?
Join us for a webinar and Q&A with experts in this area to learn more about how a Master Plan for Aging in New York could improve the lives of older adults, strengthen long-term care, provide better support for family caregivers, and help build healthier communities for all.
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm EST
Bob Blancato – National Coordinator, Elder Justice Coalition
Susan DeMarois – Director, California Department of Aging
Carrie Graham – Director of Long-Term Services and Supports, Center for Health Care Strategies
Sarah Steenhausen – Director of Policy and Advocacy, The SCAN Foundation
Submit Q&A questions ahead of time by emailing email@example.com.
Learn more about the case for New York’s Master Plan for Aging at hfwcny.org/MPA.