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Webinar on No Wrong Door Systems Leading the Way in Latest LTSS Scorecard

January 30, 2024
Wednesday, February 14, 2024 | 2:00-3:00 PM ET
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Join ACL, AARP, and state leaders for a webinar to learn more about the 2023 State Scorecard Report on long-term services and supports (LTSS) for older adults, people with physical disabilities, and family caregivers and how states are improving their No Wrong Door systems metrics.

You will hear from Alison Barkoff, who leads ACL, Susan Reinhard from the AARP Public Policy Institute, and state leaders, who will discuss their experiences with No Wrong Door in their state. 

AARP recently released the fifth edition of the Scorecard, a survey that measures state LTSS system performance and ranks states in comparison to one another, seeking to raise the profile of LTSS and drive action both federally and within states. One of five dimensions of the Scorecard is access and affordability. This includes measuring states' progress towards implementing Aging and Disability Resource Center/No Wrong Door (ADRC/NWD) functions. The 2023 Scorecard includes these positive findings about state NWD system expansion and growth: 
  • Two-thirds of states (34) made progress toward fully functional status with their ADRC/NWD Systems, which are networks of organizations at the state and community levels that help consumers and family caregivers learn about, consider, and navigate LTSS options (both public and private). 
  • The ADRC/NWD functions indicator was among the top three Scorecard indicators, where the greatest number of states showed significant improvement since the last LTSS Scorecard in 2020.
  • Across all five dimensions, the scores and ranks of “Support for Family Caregivers” showed the highest correlation with overall state scores and ranks.
This webinar is free and open to the public, although registration is required. Webinars are recorded and posted with supporting materials on the NWD Technical Assistance website. Closed captioning is available during the webinar. More information on NWD is available on the initiative website.

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Last modified on 01/30/2024

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