September 27, 2018

California Summit on Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS)

Strengthening Voices, Driving Change

It is a pivotal time for today’s health care and policy landscapes. California voters know that the state – as the fifth largest economy in the world – should be leading on issues of aging and long-term services and supports, not falling behind. Still, two-thirds of voters believe the state is not prepared to care for its aging population. And almost 90 percent of California voters say it is important for the state to have a master plan for aging that adopts strategies that allows all of us to age in place.

Summit Videos

Alzheimer’s Los Angeles

The winner of our 2018 Innovation in Health Care Award is Alzheimer’s Los Angeles.

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    Alzheimer’s Los Angeles
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    Statement from Mr. John Cox
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    Statement from Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom
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AM Sessions

Mark Humowiecki & Stefanie Turner

Blueprint for Complex Care

Presentation

Nicholas Johnson and Anne Tumlinson

CHRONIC Care Act: Making the Case for LTSS in Medicare Advantage Supplemental Benefits

Presentation
Presentation – Accessible Format
Handout – LTSS Provider Checklist for Engaging Insurers

Peter Hansel, Kevin Simowitz, and Eileen J. Tell

LTC Financing Reform Across the States: The Intersection of Policy and Advocacy

Presentation
Handout – Resource List
Handout – Universal Home Care in Maine

Pablo Espinoza, Jeannee Parker Martin, and Justin Wallin

LTSS System Reform: Listen to Voters

Presentation
Handout – California Needs a Vision and Plan for Its Diverse Aging Population

Athena Chapman, Marc Cohen, and Carrie Graham

The Coordinated Care Initiative: What Have We Learned and Where Will It Go?

Presentation

Emily Bazar, Kate Langrall Folb, and Kristen Parisi

What About Us? Ableism and Ageism in Media and Entertainment

Presentation

PM Sessions

Kate Langrall Folb and Brent Miller

Addressing Aging Portrayals on Popular TV Shows: What’s Next?

Donna Benton, Sandi Fitzpatrick, Kylie Meyer, and Kate Wilber

From Recommendations to Policy Action: Picking Up The Pace for California’s Five Million Family Caregivers

Presentation
Handout – Resource List

Amanda Lipp and Kristi Silva

Media Advocacy to Support Aging with Dignity and Independence

Handout – Strategic Communication and Action Plan Summary

Hilary Haycock and Megan Juring

My Care, My Choice For Californians with Medicare and Medi-Cal

Presentation

Anna Marie Trester

Reframing Our LTSS Efforts for Greater Impact

Handout – Narrative Arc
Handout—Quick Start Guide
Handout – Reframe Cards