The Long Term Care Discussion Group
of educating the policy community on all facets of long term care
Mobilizing Caregivers: The Administration for Community Living’s
National Volunteer Care Corp
Speaker: Greg Link, Administration for Community Living (ACL)
February 27, 2020
2:00 – 3:00 pm
America’s Health Insurance Plans
601 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
South Building, Suite 500
Dial in: 866-396-1316
Code: 202 778 3202
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Currently over 6 million seniors, aged 85 and up, are diagnosed with multiple chronic diseases making it difficult for them to perform day-to-day tasks. With this number rising every year, the need for additional volunteer caregivers is ever growing. To help address this problem, the U.S. Administration for Community Living (ACL) has taken steps to establish a National Volunteer Care Corp. This organization will rely on healthy retirees and young adult volunteers to take seniors to doctor appointments, run errands, perform maintenance tasks around the home, or to simply provide periodic visits and companionship to this vulnerable population. At this meeting, speaker Greg Link will discuss ACL’s efforts thus far and next steps for the Volunteer Care Corp.
About the Speaker:
Greg Link, M.A. is the Director of the Office of Supportive and Caregiver Services at the Administration for Community Living (ACL). Greg has been an Aging Program Specialist with the Administration for over 12 years, and formerly worked as a Program Associate at the .
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Long Term Care Discussion Group Co-Chairs:
Susan Coronel, John Cutler, Wendy Fox-Grage,
Mary Kaschak, Ruth Katz, Karl Polzer, and Eileen J. Tell
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