News & Resources
Summary of Key Recommendations Related to Aging in the State Budget Process
2021- 2023 Governor’s Budget Recommendations (March 24, 2021)
2021-2023 Senate Budget Recommendations (June 22, 2021)
2021-2021 House Budget Recommendations (expected mid July)
NC Coalition on Aging and PHI’s Joint Recommendations to NC Medicaid on the American Recovery Plan Act’s Enhanced Federal Medical Assistance Percentage for Home and Community-Based Services (June 9, 2021)
The Coalition on Aging is mindful of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on older adults and the impact that the “stay-at-home” order has on the health and well being of North Carolina’s seniors.
The Coalition put forth a series of recommendations to the Health Care Work Group of the NC House of Representatives COVID-19 Committee regarding older adults and the state’s response to the virus. The recommendations came from our diverse membership and cover a wide range of aging related issues. We then had the opportunity to present to the Work Group on older North Carolinians and the impact of COVID-19 on the services and organizations that support them. From there, we presented an updated list of recommendations to the Work Group, and to select Senators. Thank you to our membership for their valuable input and information.
March 30, 2020: Click here for our list of recommendations
April 9, 2020: NCCOA Presentation to the Health Care Working Group
April 15, 2020: List of priority recommendations to the GA
Information from our Members:
AARP letter to Governor Cooper regarding transparency in nursing homes related to COVID-19
DHHS response letter to AARP letter (above) regarding the nursing home outbreaks and AARP requests/recommendations
Press release from FOR (Friends of Residents) regarding the Coronavirus outbreak in nursing home