By 2030, approximately one out of four New Yorkers will be 60 or older, and there are many opportunities on the horizon to build on existing age-friendly efforts and improve how we meet the needs of older adults in our state.
Is New York poised 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 aging policy, including those who played key roles in the development of California’s Master Plan for Aging. This is your chance 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.
National Coordinator, Elder Justice Coalition
Director, California Department of Aging
Director of Long-Term Services and Supports, Center for Health Care Strategies
Director of Policy and Advocacy, The SCAN Foundation
Register here or learn more at hfwcny.org/MPA.
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