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Master Plan for Aging IHSS listening sessions

October 23, 2019

The California Department of Social Services, in collaboration with the Master Plan for Aging Long-Term Services and Supports Subcommittee, invites you to our first of five public forums on the sustainability and future of the In-Home Supportive Services program. 
 
IHSS is one of the four main focuses of the Long-Term Services and Supports Subcommittee. These listening sessions will give IHSS recipients, providers and other stakeholders an opportunity to discuss sustainability strategies and IHSS program enhancements. These ideas will then be shared with the LTSS subcommittee.
 
The first IHSS listening session will take place as follows:
Date: Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019
Time: 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Location: CDSS, 744 P St., Sacramento. OB 9, Room 205 (CDSS auditorium)
Dial in:  888-282-0434; 3622742
 
If you plan to attend in person, please RSVP to MPAIHSS@dss.ca.gov. Sign Language interpreters will be provided upon request. For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, please email MPAIHSS@dss.ca.gov or call Jeffrey Berndt at (916) 651-5362 no later than Monday, Oct. 28.
 
Additional information on the Master Plan for Aging can be found on the Together We EngAGE website.  If you would like to be added to the Master Plan for Aging stakeholder distribution list, please submit your request here.
 
We look forward to a productive discussion with the stakeholder community. 
 
Date: Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019
Time: 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Location: CDSS, 744 P St., Sacramento. OB 9, Room 205 (CDSS auditorium)
Dial in:  888-282-0434; 3622742

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