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No one wants to think about needing aging services. But, the truth is, the best way to assure you receive the quality you deserve is to plan in advance. This section helps you understand how to find resources in your community and what insurance might cover.

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Use our member directory to locate not-for-profit homes and services in your community.  Many of these organizations have been serving elders for decades and generations and are committed to providing quality you can trust.

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Care Transitions: After the Move

Here are some things to think about after a move, to make sure that Mom or Dad is settling in and everything’s going smoothly.

Medicare: ALJ Hearings Suspended on New Claim and Entitlement Appeals

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals (OMHA) has announced the temporary suspension of new administrative law judge hearings for Medicare claim and entitlement appeals. OMHA noted the backlog of 357,000 claims for Medicare services and entitlements already assigned to its 65 administrative law judges and the additional cases already pending assignment. 

LeadingAge Conducts Capitol Hill Briefing on Affordable Housing for Seniors

LeadingAge and the Elderly Housing Coalition hosted an informative 1-hour briefing targeted at Capitol Hill staffers to highlight the nexus between affordable housing and supportive services, as a rational way to address the needs of low-income seniors.

PBS NewsHour: 6 Tips For Averting America's Looming Long-Term Care Crisis

On Monday, November 4th, the SCAN Foundation and PBS NewsHour brought together a panel of 6 experts on long-term care to discuss proven models of care, domestically and internationally, and possible solutions for gaps within our current system.

How Caregiving Helps Family Members Plan for Their Own Care

Younger people who provide long-term services and supports to a family member or friend are more likely than non-caregivers to be planning for their own future care, according to a recent survey.