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  • Los Angeles Aging Advocacy Coalition

    Welcome to the Los Angeles Aging Advocacy Coalition website. LAAAC strives to bring together aging service organizations in Los Angeles County to be the voice for our seniors, their families and caregivers.

  • THANK YOU! 5th ANNUAL LAAAC AGING SUMMIT

  • Thank you to our sponsors, speakers, attendees, and volunteers who made the 5th Annual LAAAC Aging Summit our most successful yet! Click on image to see pictures of the Aging Summit!

CDCAN: IHSS OVERTIME STAKEHOLDER MEETINGS BY DEPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES SET FOR JULY 28, 29 & AUG 11TH

SACRAMENTO, CA (CDCAN LAST UPDATED 07/23/2014 – 06:37 AM) – The Department of Social Services, the state agency that oversees statewide the In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) program that serves over 460,000 children and adults with disabilities, mental health needs, the blind and seniors, is convening three public stakeholder meetings at the Department of Social Services … Continue reading

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The Washington Post: Federal undercover investigation signs up fake applicants for ACA coverage, subsidies

By Amy Goldstein In undercover tests of the new federal health insurance marketplace, government investigators have been able to procure health plans and federal subsidies for fake applicants with fictitious documents, according to findings that will be disclosed to lawmakers Wednesday. The results of the inquiry by the Government Accountability Office are evidence of still-imperfect work … Continue reading

California Healthline: Older LGBT Patients Have Unique Set of Medicare, Medi-Cal Benefit Issues

by David Gorn In a webinar yesterday covering the broken and pitted ground of same-sex benefits for seniors in Medicare and Medicaid, senior advocates said the legitimacy of a spouse can be an extremely important factor in eligibility cases. Federal guidance issued in June helped clarify benefits, but still they can vary from state to state. … Continue reading

NY Times: To Prevent Surprise Bills, New Health Law Rules Could Widen Insurer Networks

By ROBERT PEAR    Joshua P. Worth and his wife, Maureen Weiss, in Los Angeles with their children, Talula, left, and Stanley. The couple chose a health plan after checking to make sure it included their obstetrician and pediatrician, only to discover later it did not. CreditMonica Almeida/The New York Times   WASHINGTON — The Obama administration … Continue reading

Cal Duals – Enrollment Data

Remember you may find Cal MediConnect enrollment data that is regularly updated at this link:  http://www.calduals.org/enrollment-data/

Sacramento, California

California Health Report: State Senate to Aging Californians: We Care

By Matt Perry While the state Assembly has a committee dedicated to aging and long-term care, the State Senate hasn’t had one since it disappeared from the Committee on Health along with termed out sponsor Elaine Alquist at the end of 2012. That changed last week when the Senate publicly launched a new Select Committee … Continue reading

California Health Report: State Agency Running Medi-Cal Didn’t Know How Many Docs Took its Insurance

July 17, 2014   By Hannah Guzik The California agency that oversees the state’s low-income health plan vastly overstated the number of doctors who accepted patients through the state program last year, even as the number of people enrolled in the program was set to skyrocket under the federal Affordable Care Act, the California Health … Continue reading

CA Senate Select Committee on Aging and Long Term Care

Click here for PDF: http://senate.ca.gov/sites/senate.ca.gov/files/California%20Aging%20Policy%20in%20Brief%20%282%29.pdf

  • Our Colleagues

    LAAAC is managed by St. Barnabas Senior Services
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  • Partners in Care Foundation

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