Sen. Krueger’s 2024 Virtual Older Adult Roundtable Series, Session I – NYS’s Master Plan for Aging: What’s In the Plan, What’s Still Needed, and What’s Next

June 18th, 10am – 11:30am 2024

Virtual Older Adult Roundtable Series: New York State’s Master Plan on Aging (MPA)

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New York State’s older adult population is growing. By 2030, 1 out of 4 New York residents will be 60 years old or older.

In 2022, the Governor established New York’s Master Plan for Aging (MPA), and charged the New York State Department of Health and the NYS Office for the Aging to develop a comprehensive roadmap to meet the needs of all New Yorkers as they age.

On Tuesday, June 18th from 10am – 11:30am, we will hold the first 2024 Roundtable session, which will provide an overview of the MPA, and the MPA planning process, as well as offer the perspectives of leading MPA stakeholders on some of the challenges and opportunities. Finally, experts from California will share what they’ve learned from other states and their own planning efforts.

Speakers will include:

Andrew Lebwohl
Director, Center for the Master Plan for Aging Office of Aging and Long Term Care
New York State Department of Health

Johanne Morne
Executive Deputy Commissioner
New York State Department of Health

Megan BurkeLCSW
Program Officer, Policy and Advocacy
SCAN Foundation

Erin Westphal
Program Officer
SCAN Foundation

Laura Trejo, DSW, MSG, MPA
LA County Aging and Disabilities Department

Beth Finkel
Executive Director

Alison Nickerson
Executive Director
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