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So you’ve heard about the growing senior population. You have begun …

So you’ve heard about the growing senior population. You have begun
or expanded development, preservation, and repair programs for elderly
housing. But is that enough? For seniors to age in place they need services.
Can your organization provide both the housing and services? Hear from
your peers on how they did it and why it’s important

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  • 1. Cathedral Square CorporationHOUSING ASSISTANCE COUNCIL IN WASHINGTON DC DECEMBER 7, 2012
  • 2.  ER Use at 49%/35% Moderate to High Nutritional Risk 71%/100% Mental Health Concerns 30%/59% Cognitive Impairments at 49%/43%Key: Urban/Rural
  • 3. Non-Profit Housers Land Trusts CCRC’s Assisted LivingPublic ResidentialHousing CareAuthorities Single Facilities Family Homes Mobile Home Parks
  • 4.  Housing as a Platform for Health Care Reform • partnering with your state, medical homes, HMOs and ACOs Housing as a Partner in Regional Collaboratives • partnering with hospitals, academics, nursing homes, emergency services, public and private funders Housers as Care Management Partners • partnering with Area Agencies on Aging, home health, PACE, and mental health
  • 5.  Assessments Health Information Exchange Person Centered Plans Informed team Individualized Supports Transitions Support Self-management – coaching Care Coordination Evidence Based Practices
  • 6.  19% Reduction in  Program Costs = hospitalizations $70,000 No bounce backs to  Program Savings = Hospital/SNF $162 – 179,000 Reduced falls  Net Savings = Increased physical activity $92 - 109,000 Reduced nutritional riskBetter health, better care lower costs
  • 7.  Dual Eligible Waiver  Accountable Care Organizations CDC Community  Housing Resources Transformation for new Grant construction and accessibility
  • 8. Baby Boomers 1950’s
  • 9. …..And 60 years later
  • 10. …..And 60 years laterBaby Boomers 1950’s
  • 11. www.cathedralsquare.orgeldridge@cathedralsquare.org1 802 863 2224A PROUD MEMBER OFHEALTHY HOMES CARING COMMUNITIES POSITIVE AGING

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