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JES at CEAN forum

Connecticut Elder Action Network (CEAN) Legislative Wrap-up on Aging-Related Issues

Our Executive Director, Julie Evans Starr, and Senior Policy Analyst, Deb Migneault, led the CEAN forum reviewing aging-related legislation from this year's legislative session. Watch the video
Read our "Inside the Dome" report
Read our blog on the legislative session

 
www.livableCT.org Check out our website: Connecticut for Livable Communities

The site provides ideas and information for community leaders on creating Connecticut towns that are great places to grow up and grow older.

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Occupation projections From Our Blog:  Growing the Quality and Supply of Connecticut's Direct-Care Workforce

As Connecticut aggressively pursues the Medicaid long-term care rebalancing goals set forth in the state’s 2013 Long-Term Care Plan and Governor Malloy’s Strategic Rebalancing Plan, the need for focused efforts to recruit, train, retain and support paid and unpaid caregivers is essential. 
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US Census From Our Blog: What can the New U.S. Census Bureau Report Tell Us About Americans Age 65+?

In 2011, the first group of Baby Boomers had 65 candles on their birthday cakes. The U.S. Census bureau has been periodically reporting on this group, and last month they released another special report, “65+ in the United States: 2010.” Read more
   
Domain graphic 2014 Annual Report: Connecticut for Livable Communities

Our report to the Connecticut General Assembly's Committees on Aging, Housing, Human Services, and Transportation (July 1, 2014)

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