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June 18, 2018

Adult Protective Services: Case Study of Seven Counties

By: Brie Lusheck, Public Policy Associate Emily Muttillo, Applied Research Fellow William Tarter Jr., Policy Planning Associate and Community Advocacy   In the past five years, the state of Ohio has seen major policy changes related to Adult Protective Services (APS) which are detailed in Adult Protective Services: Providing Context in an Aging State by The...

April 30, 2018

Hungry for Policy: A Deeper Dive on Older Adults

The Center for Community Solutions Public Policy Fellow Loren Anthes recently authored an issue brief on the relationship between food insecurity and Medicaid. One of the key takeaways from the brief is that “as a social determinant of health, food insecurity increases cost and diminishes outcomes in health care.” With a high number of older...

June 23, 2017

2018-2019 State Budget, Senate Budget: Ohio Departments of Aging, Developmental Disabilities, Job and Family Services, and Mental Health and Addiction Services

2018-2019 State Budget, Senate Budget: Ohio Departments of Aging, Developmental Disabilities, Job and Family Services, and Mental Health and Addiction Services Brie Lusheck, Public Policy Associate June 23, 2017 Reviews the Ohio Senate budget changes’ affects on the Departments of Aging, Developmental Disabilities, Job and Family Services, and Mental Health and Addiction Services. Key Takeaways...

May 30, 2017

Fighting Food Insecurity Among Older Adults: Ohio’s Home-delivered and Congregate Meals

Fighting Food Insecurity Among Older Adults: Ohio’s Home-delivered and Congregate Meals Kate Warren, Policy and Planning Associate May 30, 2017 Examines how home-delivered and congregate meal programs in Ohio are funded, what challenges they face and how they are innovating to fight hunger among Ohio’s older adults. Key Takeaways In Ohio, more than one-in-six older...

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