Master Plan on Aging

The Little Hoover Commission, California’s independent oversight agency, has released recommendations to ensure there is progress in addressing California’s aging population. In its new report, Early Implementation of California’s Master Plan for Aging, the Commission reviewed early implementation efforts and “found much to celebrate.” Yet, “to sustain forward momentum,” it offers nine targeted recommendations to improve oversight and accountability through the duration of this 10-year effort. According to the Commission, “ongoing success will require administrative changes, such as clarifying and codifying leadership roles among administrative agencies and ensuring a means for stakeholder participation. It also will require strengthening the ability of the Legislature to provide input and oversight of this whole-of-government effort.” For more information, seehere.  

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