Issue Brief: 8 Recommendations for Health Plans Serving Dually Eligible Individuals to Center Equity: An Overdue and Necessary Response to COVID-19

COVID-19 is disparately impacting older adults, people with disabilities and those with underlying health conditions, communities of color, and people with limited income and wealth. “Issue Brief: 8 Recommendations for Health Plans Serving Dually Eligible Individuals to Center Equity: An Overdue and Necessary Response to COVID-19”

A Primer on Dual Eligible Californians: How People Enrolled in Both Medicare and Medi-Cal Receive Their Care

California is home to nearly 20% of the country’s older adults with low incomes and people with disabilities who receive health care coverage from both “A Primer on Dual Eligible Californians: How People Enrolled in Both Medicare and Medi-Cal Receive Their Care”

More Scrutiny Needed of Florida’s Coronavirus Isolation Centers, Seniors’ Advocates Say

ABC News: More Scrutiny Needed of Florida’s Coronavirus Isolation Centers, Seniors’ Advocates Say, August, 26, 2020 Advocates for nursing home residents have raised concerns that “More Scrutiny Needed of Florida’s Coronavirus Isolation Centers, Seniors’ Advocates Say”

Senior Moments Radio Show Featuring Justice in Aging Senior Staff Attorney Claire Ramsey

Senior Moments Radio Show: Justice in Aging Senior Staff Attorney discusses the  relationship between the California budget and federal funding funding older adults. (August 13, “Senior Moments Radio Show Featuring Justice in Aging Senior Staff Attorney Claire Ramsey”

Free Webcast: Advocating Today and for the Future: Nursing Homes and Home and Community-Based Services in a COVID-19 World

The COVID-19 pandemic presents difficulties and great risk for older Americans and people with disabilities who rely on hands-on assistance from others. Since early March, “Free Webcast: Advocating Today and for the Future: Nursing Homes and Home and Community-Based Services in a COVID-19 World”

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