Now is the time to properly fund home health care in Indiana and to end the harm that is being done to senior citizens, persons with disabilities, their families and to taxpayers.
John Cardwell, Director of the Generations Project, & United Senior Action, and President of Hoosiers First, joined Denny Lanane, President of United Senior Action and Elmer Blankenship, President of the Indiana Alliance for Retired Americans in a press conference today to talk about why "RTW Spells Trouble for Union Retirees, Their Dependents, and Hoosiers.
FSSA’s Misrepresentations Regarding the CHOICE Home Care Program are Placing Senior Citizens and Persons with Disabilities in Jeopardy --- Legislative Leaders Should STOP Using FSSA’s Bad Data Now
A call to elected leaders to stop cuts in the CHOICE Program
A Solution to the Crisis Facing Indiana’s Most Vulnerable Citizens: Indiana can act now to stop the harm being caused to senior citizens, persons with disabilities, children, and taxpayers…and save money.
August 20, 2009
August 6, 2009
July 30, 2009
January 17, 2007
Statement by John Cardwell, Director, The Generations Project, Regarding the Implications of the Project’s Moving Forward Report for Indiana’s Medicaid Funding and Long Term Care Services Crisis
November 15, 2004
The Generations Project Receives $90,000 Grant from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust.
November 12, 2004
March 8, 2004
Home Health Care Reforms to Receive Legislative Scrutiny: SEA 449
Advocates and Experts Will Discuss Issues Associated with SEA 493 and the Re-Balancing of Indiana’s Long Term Health Care System
Joint Statment of the Indiana Home Care Task Force to Governor Frank O'Bannon on the Implementation of SEA 493 and Funding for the CHOICE Program
Tools available, action lacking for those waiting on home and community based long term health care.
UAW retirees to focus on addressing
November 14, 2002
Legislators, policy experts, advocates to discuss solutions to Indiana's long term care and funding crisis at November 18th Summit.