Presented by The SCAN Foundation
Fee: $10 (includes continental breakfast)
(Pre-registration required; open to first 100 registrants)
This half-day session will focus on The SCAN Foundation’s initiative to build a social movement in California with the goal of expanding and improving home and community-based services for older adults and their caregivers. Presenters will highlight approaches for and lessons learned around identifying “the” issue, collaboration and messaging from a grassroots, regional coalition and statewide collaborative perspective.
Presenters: Lori Andersen, Director of Healthy Aging, The Health Trust; Victoria Ballesteros, Director of Communications, The SCAN Foundation; Joe Caldwell, Director of Long Term Services and Supports Policy, National Council on Aging; Robyn Grant, Director of Advocacy and Outreach, The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care; Jack Hailey, Project Director, Government Action and Communication Institute; Marie Jobling, Executive Director, Community Living Campaign; Leane Marchese, Executive Director, ElderHelp of San Diego; Jim McAleer, President & CEO, Alzheimer’s Association, Orange County; Monique Parrish, Director, LifeCourse Strategies; Wendy Peterson, Director, Senior Services Coalition of Alameda County; Kali Peterson, Program Officer, The SCAN Foundation; Rigo Sabrio, President & CEO, St. Barnabas Senior Services; Sarah Steenhausen, Senior Policy Advisor, The SCAN Foundation; Erin Westphal, Program Officer, The SCAN Foundation; Casey Young, Associate State Director-Advocacy, AARP California.
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