The Chicago Bridge February Event: Structure of Aging Services & LTC Policy for Older Adults
Wednesday February 17th, 2010, 6-8pm
Adler School of Professional Psychology
65 East Wacker Place, Suite 2100 Chicago, IL 60601
~Closest “L” stops: State and Lake, or Randolph and Wabash (both serving brown, green, orange, purple, and pink lines).
~There are many different bus lines in the area, check out this google map of Adler to find out what works best for you.
Self Parking is available at 60 E. Lake. ½ block south between Michigan and Wabash. Ticket must be validated at the security desk in the main lobby to receive the discounted price of $10.00. Park1 Valet parking is right next door to Adler from 4pm to Midnight for $14.00.
Amy Wiatr, Administration on Aging, will be the featured speaker:
Want to learn more about how federal, state and local systems of services for older adults work?
Want to know what the terms long term care (LTC), home and community based services (HCBS) and LTC rebalancing really mean?
Understanding the structure of aging services is critical to directly helping older adults, as well as to participating in system-wide changes to LTC policy to improve services for older adults. Each state has a unique LTC system under which it operates. This Bridge event will discuss the structure of aging services, LTC systems and rebalancing efforts of surrounding states in more detail to better understand how they could apply within Illinois unique LTC system and beyond.
If you would like to attend this event please contact Kristen Pavle.
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