Thousands of advocates who work directly with low-income seniors rely on our expertise, resources, trainings, and case consultations to help them advocate successfully for their clients. Each year, we conduct over 150 in person and online trainings, provide over 600 consultations, and produce dozens of fact sheets, policy briefs, and other tools for advocates, for free.
Here’s what a few of them had to say about our work:
“I am so glad Justice in Aging exists and is reaching out to the LGBT community! This work improves the quality of life of LGBT seniors and keeps them out of costly nursing homes.” – Lia Azeal,Webinar Attendee
“Justice in Aging gave me everything I needed to win back my client’s home health care hours.” – Debbie Morgan, Directing Attorney for Central Jersey Legal Services
“I attend Justice in Aging’s trainings on California’s Coordinated Care Initiative frequently because they help me answer so many consumer questions.” – Paul VanDoren, Executive Director of the Riverside ILC