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Title: Developing Community Partnerships for Aging in Place


1
Developing Community Partnerships for Aging in
Place
2
SC Aging in Place Coalition
  • Our Mission
  • We are a South Carolina non-profit
    organization advocating for people to prepare to
    remain at home---independently, comfortably and
    safely.

3
SC Aging in Place Coalition
  • Our Vision
  • All People who desire to remain at home as
    they age can do so.

4
SCAIP 2005 Initiatives
  • Transportation Task Force
  • Education Public Relations Task Force
  • Partnership/Service Task Force

5
SC Aging in Place Coalition
  • Members of the Aging in Place Council
  • headquartered in Washington, DC

6
What is Aging in Place?
  • Independence, comfort, safety
  • Its not having to move from ones present
    residence in order to secure necessary support
    services in response to changing need.

7
Aging in Place--Issue
  • Older adults prefer to age in place
  • Unprepared to do solack
  • Knowledge
  • Resources
  • Residences need repairs
  • and modifications

8
What it takes to age in place successfully
  • Thought
  • Planning
  • Resources
  • Action

9
Four Building Blocks of AIP
  • Healthy Living
  • Livable Homes
  • Legal Financial Resources
  • Supportive Relationships

10
Aging in Place - Barriers
  • Lack of published information/personnel
  • Lack of funding to repair/modify homes

11
Share of Total Improvement Spending by Generation
12
U.S. Personal Bankruptcy Among Age 65
13
Reasons for Personal Bankruptcy
  • Insufficient retirement funds
  • Low interest rates on savings
  • Stock market losses
  • Climbing medical bills
  • Major home repairs
  • Loans gifts to family members

14
Aging in Place - Barriers
  • Medicaid bias toward institutional care

15
S.C. FY 2003 Medicaid Expenditures
16
Aging in Place - Barriers
  • Universities, government, non-profits and private
    service providers function in separate silos

17
Aging in Place--Silos
Aging in Place
18
Aging in Place-Workable Solutions
  • Create a coalition of government, academic
    institutions, non-profits and private sector
    service providers to help older adults age in
    place.

19
Aging in Place-Workable Solutions
  • Develop a community directory of AIP resources
    and programs and present to neighborhoods as part
    of an outreach program.

20
Aging in Place-Workable Solutions
  • Share access to information and resources
    available from the gerontology departments of
    major research universities and coalition
    partners to educate the public on the latest
    aging in place technology.

21
Developing Community Partnerships
  • Identify key players.
  • Share the vision
  • Select a first shared project.
  • Recognize/celebrate successes.
  • Develop new partnerships and projects

22
Key Players- SCAIP Coalition
  • Local, State Federal Gov. agencies
  • Academic Institutions
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Hospice Home healthcare providers
  • Legal and Financial Professionals

23
A Typical Small AIP Partnership Project
  • Trident Technical Collegegrant PHILE (Promoting
    Home Indep. Living by the Elderly).
  • Identified need for home ramp
  • Faith based volunteers
  • Building material donated

24
A Larger AIP Partnership Project
  • City has HUD for elderly housing
  • Family Services Credit Counseling
  • Homeownership Center Workshop
  • Home Care Agencyhelp with ADLs
  • FHA Home Equity Conversion Mortg.
  • repaid city.

25
How the Financials Worked
  • Home Appraised value 160,000
  • City spent 43,000 to rehab.
  • City is repaid 43,000 from HECM
  • City uses the funds for next home.
  • Homeowner receives 537.00 tax
  • free monthly income from HECM
  • for home care and living expenses.

26
Expected Outcomes
  • An est. 953 Bil. From public private funds
    available for
  • in-home services
  • repair/modify
  • homes
  • transportation
  • services
  • socialization and
  • supportive
  • relationship

27
Expected Outcomes
  • More older adults could remain in their current
    residences
  • ? Older adults would
  • benefit from higher
  • home values once
  • repairs are made.

28
Expected Outcomes
  • Cost savings for
  • Medicaid by
  • shifting funding to home and community based
    services could exceed 4.86 Bil. By 2010.

29
Invitation to continue the conversation on AIP
  • Every community/rural population need help with
    AIP.
  • We have an opportunity to share our information
    resources.
  • Lets begin the discussion!

30
S.C. Aging in Place
  • Q A

31
Learn more about aging in place
  • AIPC, Washington, DC www.ageinplace.org
  • SCAIP, Paul Franklin, Charleston, SC
    paulf_at_quik.com.
  • Senior Resource Center
  • www.seniorresource.com.
  • ? NAHB Research Center/National Center for
    Seniors Housing Research
  • www.nahbrc.org/seniors2

32
Livable Homes--Resources
  • AARP www.aarp.org/life/homedesign
  • Safe Homes www.seniorsafehome.com.
  • The Center for Universal Design, NC State
    University. www.design.ncsu.edu/cud/.

33
Legal Financial--Resources
  • National Council on Aging-Benefits
  • Checkup www.ncoa.org/
  • American Asso.Long Term Care Ins. www.aaltci.org.
  • Reverse Mortgage Lenders Asso. website
    www.reversemortgage.org
  • www.Medicare.gov.
  • Franklin Funding website www.franklin-funding.com.
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