We have sorted through this important information and pulled out some good highlights for the direction of the FSSA as it pertains to LTSS in Indiana.

Under the federal Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended, the Division of Aging is required to submit a plan to the Administration for Community Living for the planning and tracking of activities in the state relating to older adults.

2019-2022 State Plan on Aging documents

Indiana’s aging population continues to grow. From ensuring all have options to age in their own homes and communities, to supporting family caregivers, to protecting vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect and exploitation, there are many competing needs and priorities.

The 2019-2022 Indiana State Plan on Aging seeks to balance and support these priorities and others. The Plan is now out in draft form so that anyone may offer their ideas and input about the state’s proposals. The Plan is available here: bit.ly/INAgingPlan2018.

Sources:
https://www.in.gov/fssa/da/5479.htm
http://www.iaaaa.org/share-your-ideas-on-aging-in-indiana/
bit.ly/INAgingPlan2018

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