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State Long-term Care Progress: A Blueprint for Federal Solutions

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Millions of older Americans and individuals with disabilities rely on long-term services and supports (LTSS) for assistance with daily tasks like bathing and eating. With the aging population projected to increase by 20 million over the next 15 years, demand for these services will rise. Despite significant investment, the LTSS system remains fragmented, costly, and inaccessible to many.

Join BPC as we explore bipartisan federal reforms to improve the nation’s LTSS system, state trends and innovation, as well as our analysis of data from the AARP LTSS State Scorecards.


Introduction by:

Bill Hoagland | Senior Vice President, Bipartisan Policy Center

Keynote remarks from:

Narda Ipakchi | Vice President of Policy, The SCAN Foundation

Brendan Flinn | Director, Long-Term Services and Support, AARP

Panel discussion with:

Emily Rosenoff | Director, Division of LTSS Policy, Dept. of Health and Human Services

Wendy Fox-Grage | Senior Director, National Academy for State Health Policy

Amber Christ | Managing Director, Health, Justice in Aging

Regina Shih | Professor, Rollins School of Public Health

Judith Graham | Navigating Aging Columnist, KFF Health News (Moderator)

Additional participants to be announced.


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