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Tetyana Shippee, PhD Oct 26
If you are a member of an interdisciplinary lab/team, what professional development opportunities do you appreciate most or wish you had? I am honored to be leading the EQuaLS team (Equity and Quality in ) and am looking for ideas. The crew from our call.
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Tetyana Shippee, PhD 20h
Very excited for ! Join us for a symposium on Saturday, Nov 7 on quality in Assisted Living, titled "The Road to Improved Assisted Living Quality: State Efforts and New Metrics." I am sure we'll have a great discussion.
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Tetyana Shippee, PhD Oct 23
Looking forward to speaking at the annual conference for Minnesota Association of Geriatrics Inspired Clinicians on addressing in senior care and the role of providers. Join us!
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NASHP 4h
NASHP's interactive Appendix K map, supported by , tracks states’ amendments to modify their home- and community-based services for older adults and their family helping enrollees access during :
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CACollabLTSS Oct 23
Check out a new fact sheet released by which offers an overview of LTSS benefits covered under Medi-Cal. This fact sheet is part of the Medi-Cal Explained series.
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Kathryn Carroll Oct 22
Watch Person-Centered Healthcare in Planning and Practice on : Historically, companies have been focused on the ease and convenience of their delivering services, not the wants and needs of the individual.
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LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston Oct 19
Assisted living supply increases in 3 states, declines in 1. View the report:
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National Academy of Social Insurance Oct 21
The high out-of-pocket costs of mean many families struggle financially when the need for long-term care comes up. Join our discussion tomorrow on solutions
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NASHP Oct 23
To help enrollees get during , states use waivers & amendments to incorporate flexibility into their programs. View NASHP's Appendix K tracker shows states’ amendments to modify services for older adults & their family :
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W4A Oct 22
Thank you, Bea Rector & Amy Abbott ALTSA Home & Community Services, for all you do to support AAAs & long-term services/support providers on an ongoing basis & for your extra support during the pandemic.
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Mom's Meals 2h
Don't forget to join us this afternoon as we discuss the benefits of offering mid-term or extended meal programs to help support our most vulnerable population. Click here to register
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Dale J. Dangremond 🌊 Oct 22
Not only elders, but people with disabilities - anyone receiving .
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UIC School of Public Health Oct 21
Join SPH's Uchechi Mitchell for a 10/22 discussion on based program in IL to promote health & economic justice for seniors, people with disabilities, and direct care workers
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Tetyana Shippee, PhD Oct 23
Replying to @RegTuckSee @theNASEM
I am glad to see attention from to improving quality of care for older adults in . Too bad it had to take COVID-19 pandemic for our nation to start paying more attention to long-term care quality but hoping we get much needed change from this effort.
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LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston Oct 21
“Right now, people may be leery of nursing homes, but the demographics are pushing in the opposite direction,” Stone says. “You’ll start to see so much growth and demand for these services.”
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W4A Oct 21
Long-term services and supports, the Trust Act, integrated , family caregiver support, transformation waivers, and increased resource development all strengthen our community and ability to care for community elders.
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Center for Healthy Aging and Innovation Oct 23
NEXT THURSDAY, 10/29 join us at MAGIC Annual Conference and hear CHAI's at 9am address "Racism in MN Senior Care: Steps for Policy and Action" and at 10am with "Policy Updates in Aging".
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Gretchen Alkema 2h
Super new guide on what local, regional, state, and national can do to address the needs of and people with who live with needs. Check it out!
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UHC Community&State Oct 25
On average, dollars can support roughly three people with home and community-based services for every person in an institution. Migrating to managed care can help states save even more:
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CACollabLTSS Oct 23
will be tuning in to hear an overview of the the Feasibility Study presented by on October 30th, from 11:30am to 1:00pm. Come join us!
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