Elder Economic Forum

California Commission on aging is hosting a forum in Los Angeles on November 19th, 2019.   Please register at : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/elder-economic-summit-impacts-on-retirement-tickets-70968116547   Ready to retire in the Golden State? Join an expert discussion of political, economic and demographic impacts on retirement in California. About this Event Speakers include: The Honorable Fiona Ma, California State Treasurer … Continue reading

SAVE THE DATE: 10th Annual Summit on Aging

  Sponsorship opportunities, registration and more information to follow! Please follow us on social media and share.

Surge in Population of Older Homeless Surprises

Surge in Population of Older Homeless Surprises L.A. Officials   Brandi Orton of Los Angeles Aging Agency Coalition and St. Barnabas Senior Services discusses this year’s surprising spike in the local population of older homeless people. Originally aired on KTLA Weekend Morning News on Saturday, July 21, 2018.    

What LAAAC Can Do for You in Advancing Advocacy Strategy

Attention Aging Advocates: The ever changing federal landscape is day by day feeling more and more like an all-out attack on older adults. From proposed changes and cuts to Medicare and Medicaid, to elimination of funds for programs like Meals on Wheels, LIHEAP and HICAP, to discussions of the privatization of social security, and the … Continue reading

CALL TO ACTION: LA City & Affordable Housing

WHAT: LAAAC has been working locally with partners to increase the supply of affordable housing for older adults (both city & county). An LA City motion that has been presented to Council by Mayor Eric Garcetti. The Affordable Housing Linkage Fee will create the city’s first permanent source of funds to build affordable housing. WHY: Today … Continue reading

Advocacy Follow-Up: The Incoming Administration and Seniors

For those of you who joined the LAAAC monthly advocacy call, we heard from Nationwide advocacy leader NCOA, and statewide advocacy leader Health Access. In order for LAAAC and our members to engage in national and statewide advocacy, we partner with these organizations to advance advocacy strategy in local district offices. We will work with … Continue reading

PLEASE PARTICIPATE – 3 minute LAAAC stakeholder survey

The Los Angeles Aging Advocacy Coalition conducted a strategic planning retreat this past summer. As a next step to this work, we are surveying stakeholders to inform our next steps. We ask that you participate in the following 3-minute survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScjLqC5Oc4I27MhSDILEUAnW5lUx0UtoSTxWdaqlck6QdwMsA/viewform     Summary of the 1-day Strategic Planning Retreat Ideas discussed amongst stakeholders included: … Continue reading

4 Ways to Contact Your Elected Officials

We’ve complied a few advocacy tips for you in an short infographic. Please click the link below to download this document and view its content, which we hope helps you better foster communication and become an effective aging advocate: 4-ways-to-contact-your-elected-officials Don’t forget to share this info with your network!

How to find LAAAC on Social Media

You can find our latest updates regarding the aging community from any of the following sites (all images are clickable and will redirect to our social media profiles):         Let’s Be Social!

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