Long-Term Services and Supports Discussed Ahead of State's Aging Plan
Updated: Aug 12, 2020
California is on the verge of a “Boomer Bomb” with the number people over the age of 65 expected to rise from 5.2 million to 8.4 million by 2030. Governor Gavin Newsom pledged to develop a master plan for aging as the “Golden State” goes gray. But if California is really intent on taking care of its elders and people of all ages with disabilities, it will need a robust commitment to long-term services and supports.
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