Aging well for people means being able to thrive in the place they call home.
The SCAN Foundation focuses on several initiatives to improve care, services, and daily living experiences for older adults and their families.
The 2020 Master Plan for Aging seeks to address the needs of older adults of today and tomorrow through a comprehensive and outcomes-oriented strategy.
Person-centered care is where a person’s values and preferences guide all aspects of their health care and support realistic health and life goals.
Integrating Medicare and Medi-Cal is essential to improving the lives of Californians eligible for both programs.
Leading organizations across California are working to improve health care and supportive services for older adults, people with disabilities, and family caregivers.
Implementing the CHRONIC Care Act can vastly improve care for people with Medicare, and those with Medicare + Medicaid.
Innovators are poised to radically improve the ecosystem of products and services for aging, designing with older adults and caregivers.
Community-based organizations (CBOs) play a central role in delivering daily living support through collaborations with the health care sector.
Quality measurment based on understanding a person’s goals, and then aligning care to meet these goals, is key to transforming care delivery.
One of two Americans who reach age 65 will have daily living needs at some point. It is time for affordable, accessible financing for the long term.