Striving for Equity at the Intersection of Health, Housing and Long-Term Care

At our February 24 conference, we confronted the impact of systemic discrimination that results in unnecessary institutionalization and poorer outcomes for older people of color in Alameda County.  We explored the challenges of addressing these inequities, and the opportunities to rewrite the script so that all older people have access to the supports they need to live at home and have optimal health and life outcomes. For a pdf flyer of the event, click here.

Our Program and Conference Materials


Keynote Conversation: What does Equity Have to do with Aging in Community?

Panel I: The Power of Community-Based Approaches 

Panel II: New Populations of Focus in CalAIM – Long Term Care Residents and Those at Risk of Institutionalization

  • Amy Stevenson, DNP – Clinical Manager Enhanced Case Management
  • AJ Dixon, RN – Senior Program Manager, State Directed Programs=
  • Moderator: Steve O’Brien, MD – Chief Medical Officer, Alameda Alliance for Health

Panel III: Making it Real – Changing the Trajectory for At-Risk Older Adults


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