Long Term Care Committee Meeting

The Long Term Care Committee winter quarterly meeting is Friday, February 4, 2022. Everyone is welcome.

When: Friday, February 4, 2022, 12:00 noon to 1:15 pm. 

Where: Virtual via Zoom.


Meeting ID: 873 1537 7764

Passcode: 966825

RSVP: Please RSVP to receive a reminder email

Agenda: Introductions; Approve November 5, 2021 Meeting Minutes; Presentation; Discussion

TOPIC: What’s Happening with Long Term Care and Aging Services in 2022?

If you’re a professional, caregiver, consumer, or community member with an interest in long-term care and aging services, join us at the quarterly Long Term Care Committee Meeting to learn about community & regional priorities, initiatives, and plans in 2022. Presentations will include information on: 

  • The Office for the Aging’s 2022 Plan and feedback from the community survey;
  • Age Friendly Action Plan – 2022 and beyond. Governor Hochul commits to a Master NYS Plan for Aging; 
  • Current initiatives and issues (e.g. community capacity for discharged patients, home care, advance care planning, and more)
  • What are our local and regional partners working on? (FLIC, Statewide Senior Action Council, Alzheimer’s Association of CNY) 
  • Upcoming presentations

There will be time for you to share community announcements. We will also have an open conversation to find out what you think are some of the needs for older adults or people needing long-term care related services. 


Aging Services Network (virtual) on Friday, January 14, 12 noon – 1:00 pm

Justina Fetterly, the Strategic Communications Manager from Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services (INHS) will provide an overview of their programs for seniors including rentals in (and outside) Tompkins County, Minor Repair Program, and other services.

Contact Caryn Bullis at the Office for Aging to register.

Alzheimer’s Community Forum for Tompkins, Wednesday, February 2, 10:00 – 11:30 am

Presented by the Alzheimer’s Association of CNY in partnership with the Ithaca College Gerontology Institute.  Learn the basics about Alzheimer’s, dementia, and memory loss. Find out how the Alzheimer’s Association can support you and share your thoughts on how the Association can help more people in the community. 

Register by calling 315.472.4201 (ext. 227), or go here for more.

Questions about the Long Term Care Committee?  Contact me, Bev Chin (bchin@hsctc.org)

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