Event Recap: Aging in Place: Options for Older Adults — Bring It! 2024 KHI Health Policy Educational Series

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Feb 15, 2024


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Kansas has a range of supports and services for older adults to remain living in their homes and communities. On Thursday, Feb. 15,  KHI held a discussion of existing options and future policy considerations that support Kansas’ aging population across the state.

Emma Uridge, C.H.E.S., KHI Analyst, led the discussion. Emilie Rains, Executive Director of Bluestem PACE, and Glenda DuBoise, AARP Kansas State Director, discussed options available in Kansas. See links below for AARP resources and more information on the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) in Kansas.

This convening is part of the 2024 KHI Health Policy Educational Series — Bring It!

A recording of the event is below.

Additional Resources:

AARP Resources to Support Aging in Place:

Information about the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

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