Over 220 advocates, partners, supporters, attorneys, friends, and family members joined us at our sold-out award reception, Celebrate Justice in Aging, at City Club Los Angeles. The event was a chance for us to celebrate our new name, recognize shared commitment to fighting senior poverty, and rally together for Justice in Aging for all people.
(7/15/11) An issue brief on this topic was introduced at a Policy Forum at the Kaiser Family Foundation in July. The brief noted that it is essential to have consumer protections in place before new models are implemented.
At the NSCLC policy forum Ensuring Consumer Protection for Dual Eligibles in Integrated Models at the Kaiser Family Foundation, speakers agreed that there must be consumer protections in place before models are implemented.
Listen to the forum presentations (right click on the name to save the MP3 on your computer)
A September 2010 NSCLC report, 10-Plus Years After the Olmstead Ruling: Progress, Problems, and Opportunities, calls on Congress and the states to give older adults and people with disabilities to expand the use of home and community based services and to deemphasize the institutionalization of our elders as the health care reform law suggests and encourages.
NSCLC Olmstead Report (Large Type)
Webinar Recording (73 MB Windows Media)