Planning for Elders staff and leaders participate in other core activities as well as the three main programs.
Long Term Care Coordinating Council and its work groups
Transitional Care Work with the Homecoming Services Network
SF Partnership for Community Based Care and Support, especially as the Latino and Asian Pacific Islander Partnership Staff
Peer Advocacy and Discharge Planning Trainings
Program Archives Include:
Homecare Empowerment Research and Organizing (HERO) Project
Digital Bridge Project
Opening Doors to Homecare
Managing Managed Care
The Long Term Care News and Views reports on public policy and advocacy efforts to improve SF and California's home and community-based long term care system.
Utilizing presentations, discussions, and popular education activities, Senior Survival School trains seniors and adults with disabilities to effectively access vital community resources and to exercise their rights when they do.
HAT is a coalition of seniors, people with disabilities, caregivers and community agencies working together to advocate for expansion of homecare services and accessible, affordable, supportive housing as well as improvements to hospital discharge planning. We use theatre, song and other creative forms of advocacy and direct action!
The In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) - Health Task Force is an on-going group that brings all of the stakeholders together to work for improvements in the IHSS Program and other homecare services.