PBS NewsHour: As Hispanic population explodes in U.S., so too will their need for long-term care

3 of 9Adult Day Health Care dilemma Trinidad Contreras is a fixture at Gardner Family Health Network Adult Day Health Care facility in San Jose, Calif. on Wednesday, June 6, 2012. Due to budget cuts, the state declared Contreras no longer eligible for benefits, but Gardner Family Health Network Adult Day Health Care is continuing to let him participate in its programs without getting reimbursed while he appeals. He spends the hours between about 10 am and 2 pm playing dominos, walking the courtyard and tending the small garden boxes. (Dan Honda/Staff)

BY: ELIZABETH SHELL By 2060, nearly one in three U.S. residents will be Hispanic. That population is expected to more than double from the current 53 million to nearly 129 million. And as a group, Hispanics are projected to make up more than a fifth of the 65+ U.S. population by 2060. The non-Hispanic white population will … Continue reading

CDCAN: Coordinated Care Initiative Implementation Will Be Delayed Not Sooner Than January 2014 – Impacts Dual Eligibles, IHSS and other Long Term Services in 8 Counties

SPECIAL NOTE ON CHANGES FOR CDCAN & GRANDSONS: ·      NEW EMAIL LIST SERVICE PROVIDER – CDCAN is transitioning to a different email list service to send out future CDCAN reports after today that should provide a lot of ways to improve and expand reporting.  The reports will look basically the same, though there will be differences … Continue reading

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