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LTQA Webinar: Lessons from Universal LTSS Programs Around the World - Shared screen with speaker view
Christine Bishop
10:33
Christine Bishop, Brandeis University
Richard Browdie
10:41
Richard Browdie, Browdie Consulting
Caitlyn Tolentino
10:46
Caitlyn Tolentino, AgeGuide (Lombard, IL)
Ann McLaughlin
10:57
Ann McLaughlin, Health and Aging Policy Fellow, Congress
Julie Aiken
10:58
Julie Aiken, RDN-Mom's Meals-Home Delivered Medically Tailored Meals
TOBY EDELMAN
10:58
Toby Edelman, Center for Medicare Advocacy
Cathy Hurwit
11:03
Cathy Hurwit
Rene Seidel
11:18
Rene Seidel, The SCAN Foundation
Katie Sloan
11:35
Katie Smith Sloan, LeadingAge
Julie Grochowski
15:04
Julie Grochowski, Aging Services Coordination, Texas Health and Human Services Commission
Claire Jensen
22:26
You can find the full report here: https://www.nasi.org/research/designing-universal-long-term-services-and-supports-programs-lessons-from-germany-and-other-countries/
William Arnone
37:02
Please do access Ben Veghte's National Academy of Social Insurance Issue Brief via the link above.
Claire Jensen
38:33
Here is another relevant NASI resource: https://www.ltsscenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/NASI_Chapter03_LTSS_Digital_061819.pdf
Christina Wu
51:19
The report Eileen is referring to, also linked above: https://www.ltsscenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/NASI_Chapter03_LTSS_Digital_061819.pdf
William Arnone
53:07
The National Academy of Social Insurance also acknowledges the support of Caring Across Generations and the Ford Foundation in financing the above-referenced work.
Christina Wu
01:01:37
Related to caregiver supports and the RAISE Act, please join LTQA for a webinar panel discussion on caregiver innovations on Monday, October 18, 11:30am-12:30pm ET. Register here: https://ltqa.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=985bf81d21e051e0affed6804&id=5114d4fac9&e=1a80117374