CALIFORNIA'S MASTER PLAN FOR AGING
On June 10, 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom issued an Executive Order directing the development of a Master Plan for Aging. The Executive Order directs the Secretary of the Health and Human Services (HHS) Agency to convene a cabinet-level workgroup for Aging to advise the Secretary in developing and issuing the Master Plan. It also directs HHS to convene a Master Plan for Aging Stakeholder Advisory Committee, which will include a Research Subcommittee and a Long-Term Care Subcommittee.
Below you will find links to more information on the California Master Plan for Aging:
Long-Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Subcommittee
Email address for the Master Plan for Aging, directly to the Stakeholder Advisory Committee:
MASTER PLAN FOR AGING NEWS
Stakeholder Advisory Committee's (SAC) Final Recommendations Available!
Did you miss the Master Plan for Aging SAC meeting on September 15th or would you like to review the recommendations put forth by the Stakeholder Advisory Committee? Head over to our CHHS MPA webpage for all the meeting materials or explore the final recommendations below. To learn more about each goal area and the MPA stakeholder process, visit EngageCA.org.
What's Next for the MPA? CHHS and an All Cabinet Work Group are reviewing the SAC recommendations and developing the MPA with the Governor this fall. The Governor released the final Master Plan for Aging, including the MPA State Plan, Local Playbook, and Data Dashboard, in January 2021.
The Engage@aging.ca.gov inbox will continue to be monitored for public comment."