LINKS TO OTHER RESOURCES

Fact Sheet from The SCAN Foundation:

Who Pays for Long-Term Care in California?

Fact Sheet from The SCAN Foundation:

California's Proposed 2013-14 Budget: Impact on California's Seniors and People with Disabilities  

 

Poll:  Californians Worried About Affordability of Long-Term Care

Report on Older Americans of Color  


 

CHA Report on the Transition of SPDs to Medical Managed Care

"Raising the Bar:  How  Medi-Cal Strengthened Managed Care Contracts with People with Disabilities"

  "A First Look:  Mandatory Enrollment of Medi-Cal's Seniors and People with Disabilities into Managed Care"

 California's State Plan for Alzheimer's Disease

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Perspectives on Aging with Dignity:

Changing the Conversation: How Americans Talk, Think and Feel about Aging
(SCAN 06/16/2011)
 


Little Hoover Commission Report: "Strategies for Long-Term Care"


Helpful information regarding the Veterans-Directed Home and Community-Based Services Program:

 

 

 

 

 


 

Weathering the Storm: The Impact of the Great Recession On Long Term Services and Supports


Implementing Olmstead in California


Holding On: Older Californians with Disabilities Rely on Public Services to Remain Independent


California's Proposed 2011-2012 Budget:
Impact to Senior-Related Programs


Implementing the CLASS Act - The SCAN Foundation


Comparing California's Long-Term Care Costs to Other States.


Budget Proposals Turn Clock 30 Years in Long-Term Care Services for California Seniors


California's Elder Abuse Investigators:
Ombudsmen Shackled by Conflicting Laws and Duties


California Budget Cuts Fray the Long-Term Care Safety Net


Survey Shows Older Persons Unprepared for LTC Costs



 Section 1115 Medicaid Waiver


Reauthorization Older Americans Act


Olmstead Advisory Committee


Baby Boomer Report by Kathleen Wilber, Ph.D

Note: The "Baby Boomer Report" is a very large file (4 MB) and may take several minutes to download or open.  Also, to view it requires Microsoft Office Powerpoint, or, equivalent program.

 



 Beds for Boomers: Will Hospitals Have Enough? (2008)

 

 


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