“Shaping the Future Together: Aging in the Bay Area”

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

8:30am – 4:30pm

South San Francisco Conference Center

255 South Airport Boulevard, South San Francisco, CA

 

Questions:  Katherine Kelly (628) 208-8405

or email kkelly@onlok.org

Grace Li (Co-Chair)

CEO, On Lok

Linda Trowbridge (Co-Chair)

CEO, Center for Elders’ Independence (CEI)

Charlene Elefante

Government and Community Relations Manager, On Lok

Dianna Garrett

Director of Communication & Planning, Center for Elders’ Independence (CEI)

Nicole Howell

Executive Director, Ombudsman Services of Contra Costa and Solano Counties

Cindy Kauffman

Deputy Director of Community Services, San Francisco Department of Aging & Adult Services

Katherine Kelly

Senior Government Affairs Manager, On Lok

Eileen Kunz

Chief of Government Affairs and Compliance, On Lok

Lenore McDonald

Director of Fund Development and Government Relations, Center for Elders’ Independence (CEI)

Wendy Peterson

Director, Senior Services Coalition of Alameda County

Tylor Taylor

Executive Director, Saratoga Area Senior Coordinating Council and Santa Clara County Senior Care Commission

Vaughn Villaverde

Associate Director of Health Policy, Working Partnerships USA

Elaine Wong-Eakin

Health Care Advocate

 

9:00am 

Welcome

Assemblymember Phil Ting

Grace Li, CEO, On Lok

Linda Trowbridge, CEO, Center for Elders’ Independence

9:15am 

Keynote Speaker – Shaping the Future for Healthy Aging in California

Kim McCoy Wade, Acting Director, California Department of Aging

9:45am 

Senior Homelessness in the Bay Area: Regional Trends and New Opportunities

Dr. Margot Kushel, Professor of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center

10:30am 

Policy Leadership Roundtable – Creating Policy Change to Support Aging in California

Dion Aroner, AJE Partners (Moderator)

Jennie Chin Hansen, Independent Consultant, Hirsch Associates Philanthropic Advisors and Member, Master Plan for Aging Stakeholder Advisory Committee

Assemblymember Ash Kalra (San Jose)

Marko Mijic, Deputy Secretary of Program and Fiscal Affairs, California Health & Human Services Agency

11:45am

Networking Lunch

1:00pm  

Concurrent Breakout Sessions (Part 1)

The 2020 Census: It Matters

Monica Tong, Program Manager, Santa Clara County Office of the Census (Moderator)

Raymond “Ray” Mueller, Partnership Specialist (Northern California), Los Angeles Regional Census Center, U.S. Census Bureau

David Tucker, Regional Program Manager, Region 3, California Complete Count

A Regional View of Affordable Senior Housing

Sharon Rapport, Director, California State Policy, Corporation for Supportive Housing (Moderator)

Pedro Galvao, Policy Director, Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California

Danielle Mazzella, Preservation & Data Manager, California Housing Partnership

Stuck on Start – Mobilizing Your Age-Friendly Action Plan

Shireen McSpadden, Executive Director, San Francisco Department of Disability and Aging Services (Moderator)

Diana Miller, Project Manager, Seniors’ Agenda, Department of Aging and Adult Services, Social Services Agency, County of Santa Clara

Bryan Ricks, Chairman, Mayor’s Commission on Aging (Oakland); Executive Director, CareBuilders at Home- East Bay; Member, Livable Oakland Committee

Riding the Waves of An Ever-Changing Policy Environment: A Current View and the 2020 Horizon

Sarah Steenhausen, Senior Policy Advisor, The SCAN Foundation (Moderator)

Maya Altman, CEO, Health Plan of San Mateo

Claire Ramsey, Senior Staff Attorney, Justice in Aging

2:15pm 

Concurrent Breakout Sessions (Part 2)

A Bay Area-Wide Plan of Action for the 2020 Census

Monica Tong, Program Manager, Santa Clara County Office of the Census (Moderator)

Emma Gonzalez, Community Affairs Manager, San Mateo County Office of the Census

Stephanie B. Kim, Senior Director, Census 2020, United Way Bay Area

Nick Kuwada, 2020 Census Program Manager, Santa Clara County Office of the Census

Adrienne Pon, Executive Director, Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs, City & County of San Francisco

Innovative Housing Partnerships and Programs

Sharon Rapport, Director, California State Policy, Corporation for Supportive Housing (Moderator)

Michelle Alcedo, Director of Programs, Openhouse

Jane King, Vice President of Operations, Center for Elders’ Independence

Debbie Toth, President & CEO, Choice in Aging

Diana Yin, Chief Strategy and Analytics Officer, On Lok

Implementing Your Age-Friendly Plan and Leveraging Partnerships

Shireen McSpadden, Executive Director, San Francisco Department of Disability and Aging Services (Moderator)

Diana Miller, Project Manager, Seniors’ Agenda, Department of Aging and Adult Services, Social Services Agency, County of Santa Clara

Bryan Ricks, Executive Director, Area Developer CareBuilders at Home – East Bay and Commissioner, Oakland Mayor’s Commission on Aging

Building a Local Advocacy Strategy: Learn from the Experts

Sarah Steenhausen, Senior Policy Advisor, The SCAN Foundation (Moderator)

Anissa Basoco-Villarreal, MPA, Policy Director, Agency Administration, Office of Policy, Evaluation, and Planning, Alameda County Social Services Agency

Mark Burns, Executive Director, Homebridge, Inc.

Eli Gelardin, Executive Director, Marin Center for Independent Living

3:30pm

Local Voices: Shaping the Aging Future Together

Michele Lew, CEO, The Health Trust (Moderator)

Shireen McSpadden, Executive Director, San Franciso Department of Disability and Aging Services

Sharon Rapport, Director, California State Policy, Corporation for Supportive Housing

Sarah Steenhausen, Senior Policy Advisor, The SCAN Foundation

Monica Tong, Santa Clara County Office of the Census

4:15pm

Closing Remarks

Grace Li, CEO, On Lok

Linda Trowbridge, CEO, Center for Elders’ Independence

 

Below are the presentations by our 2019 Senior Health Policy Forum speakers, and additional handouts that were distributed at the forum. 

Please click on the links below to access the materials.

Demographics Handouts – Prepared for the 2019 Senior Health Policy Forum

A Profile of Older Adults in the Bay Area

Health Status of Older Adults in the Bay Area

Socioeconomic Status of Older Adults in the Bay Area

Projected Workforce Needs in the Bay Area

Morning Plenary Sessions

Senior Homelessness in the Bay Area: Regional Trends and New Opportunities – Dr. Margot Kushel

Afternoon Breakout Sessions

Stuck on Start – Mobilizing Your Age-Friendly Action Plan and Implementing Your Age-Friendly Plan and Leveraging Partnerships

Santa Clara County Age Friendly Silicon Valley – Diana Miller

A Regional View of Affordable Senior Housing and Innovative Housing Partnerships and Programs

Corporation for Supportive Housing – Sharon Rapport

California Housing Partnership – Danielle Mazzella

CEI PACE Supportive Housing – Jane King

Choice in Aging – Aging in Place Campus – Debbie Toth

The 2020 Census: It Matters and A Bay Area-Wide Plan of Action for the 2020 Census

U.S. Census Bureau 2020 Census – Raymond Mueller

California Complete Count, Region 3 2020 Census – David Tucker

San Mateo County 2020 Census – Emma Gonzalez

United Way Bay Area 2020 Census – Stephanie B. Kim

Santa Clara County 2020 Census – Nick Kuwada

SF COUNTS 2020 Census – Adrienne Pon

Riding the Waves of An Ever-Changing Policy Environment: A Current View and the 2020 Horizon and Building a Local Advocacy Strategy: Learn from the Experts

The SCAN Foundation California’s Policy Environment – Sarah Steenhausen

 

 

 

 

Additional Content to be updated soon.

 

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