PCA President & CEO Najja R. Orr joins Secretary of Aging Jason Kavulich and Special Advisor to Secretary of Aging, Kevin Hancock, at the PDA Town Hall

John Deangelis

Last week, PCA President & CEO Najja R. Orr joined Secretary of Aging Jason Kavulich and Special Advisor to Secretary of Aging, Kevin Hancock, at the Smilow Center for Translational Research for the Pennsylvania Department of Aging’s (PDA) first in a series of regional Town Halls. The Town Hall highlighted Pennsylvania’s Master Plan for Older Adults which is a 10-year, state-led and stakeholder-driven strategic plan designed to help transform the infrastructure and coordination of services for older Pennsylvanians and people living with disabilities. The speakers also informed attendees how the Department will engage stakeholders, older adults and people living with disabilities, their families, caregivers, and community leaders to identify policies, programs, and infrastructure that promote and support good health, well-being, and quality of life to incorporate into the plan.

For more information on the Development Of A Master Plan For Older Adults, check out the following PDA press release: Department Of Aging Kicks Off The Development Of A Master Plan For Older Adults By Asking For Feedback From NEPA.

To comment on the Pennsylvania Master Plan for Older Adults, complete the PDA’s Public Comment on the Pennsylvania Master Plan for Older Adults form.

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