More than 80 percent of California voters expect a clear vision and long-term investment plan for our state’s older adults. In this infographic, learn about California's changing demographics, which states are leading the way, and what comprises plan elements.
The SCAN Foundation teamed up with Avalere Health to create an informative roadmap outlining best practices of sustainable business models for providing person-centered care to older adults with substantial health needs. Highlighting case studies from both public and private programs, this roadmap will help your organization demonstrate and communicate the value of your care delivery model.
$97,820 - Cost of nursing home care is two and a half times what a family makes a year. $42,406 - Family income level. $35,802 - Cost of home care is almost all of a family’s income. 5% of Californians over 40 have long-term care insurance coverage.
Most people are not prepared financially to pay for long-term care.
70% of Americans who reach age 65 will need some form of long-term care for an average of three years.
In the United States, nearly $725 billion is spent per year on long-term care.
People tend to be very satisfied with their long-term care providers when they start their care, but satisfaction decreases over time.
Poll shows that more Californians are in denial about aging than the rest of the U.S. 39% of Californians would “rather not think about it” compared to 31% of the overall U.S. population.