Addressing the Unaffordability of Health and Long-Term Care for California’s Middle-Income Older Adults

Join West Health, The SCAN Foundation, and ITUP to Discuss the Challenges Facing California’s Middle-Income Older Adults

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More than one-third of people aged 65 and older express concern about paying for needed health care and long-term care. Middle-income older adults are in the particularly precarious position of being ineligible for Medicaid assistance, yet still have difficulty affording all their out-of-pocket costs when they need health and long-term care.

Join West Health, The SCAN Foundation, ITUP, and expert guests on Monday, October 3, 2022, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. PT for a discussion on California’s middle-income older adults, the challenges they face affording health care and social supports, and potential policy opportunities to improve their health and livelihoods.

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Hear new analysis from NORC at the University of Chicago that explores the demographic characteristics of California’s middle-income older adults and the current/future challenges they face affording care.