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State to Host First Master Plan for Aging Town Hall in NYC

The New York State Department of Health (DOH) and Office for the Aging (SOFA) will host the first Master Plan for Aging (MPA) Town Hall on June 7, 2023, detailing the efforts that the State is taking to lead the nation in equitable age- and disability-friendly policy.

Governor Hochul signed Executive Order 23 in November 2022, calling for the development of an MPA not only to improve the lives of today’s older New Yorkers and people with disabilities, but also to create a better system of care across the lifespan and more inclusive communities for generations to come. The State has since gained momentum by establishing a Stakeholder Advisory Committee and issue-focused subcommittees that will drive stakeholder recommendations and now invites the public to join the effort.

The Town Hall will take place on June 7, 2023 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Hunter College Silberman Campus, located at 2180 Third Avenue, New York, NY, an accessible facility.

Registration is required for this event. Register here to attend in person. If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate in the event, you should contact MPATownHall@health.ny.gov by May 30th.

Those wishing to view the event online may do so by registering here.

Questions must be submitted in advance by June 4th and may be directed to MPATownHall@health.ny.gov.

Contact: Annalyse Komoroske Denio, akomoroskedenio@leadingageny.org, 518-867-8866