LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston

LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston

The LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston conducts research designed to help our nation address the challenges and seize the opportunities associated with a growing older population.

LeadingAge and the University of Massachusetts Boston established the joint center in 2017. The center, with offices in Washington, DC and Boston, is the first of its kind to blend the resources of a major research university with the expertise and experience of applied researchers working with providers in the field of long-term services and supports (LTSS).

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Explore Our Work

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  1. 6 Ways to Address the LTSS Workforce Crisis

    Workforce challenges in the field of aging services will get far worse over the next 20 years unless policy makers, providers, and other stakeholders work together aggressively on solutions, writes Robyn Stone in Public Policy and Aging Report.

  2. Workforce Center is Open for Business

    The decision to create the Center for Workforce Solutions stems from conversations with LeadingAge members across the country who are facing enormous workforce challenges.

  3. New Report: Helping Members Address Workforce Challenges

    A new report from the LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston provides insight into workforce-related challenges facing LeadingAge members as they strive to provide high-quality services and supports to older adults.

  4. HCBS Workers Could Be Hard Hit by Health Care Proposals

    A new report featuring research from the LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston assesses the impact on states if key proposals contained in the House version of the American Health Care Act are passed by the U.S. Senate.

  5. Teaching and Learning about Home Care in Israel

    During a recent visit to Israel, Robyn Stone gave advice on how Israel could expand its home care sector, and asked questions about the country's efforts to attract and support foreign-born home care workers.