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Area Agency on Aging Council of California (TACC)
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Works to promote communication and collaboration among local advisory councils, and key state partners, to educate through the exchange of information, ideas, trends, and models of service delivery; advocate on issues of concern in local/state planning processes; and strengthen the advocacy effectiveness and leadership skills of local advisory councils.

California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform
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Maintains information on all 1,400-plus nursing homes in California, including profiles of services, citations, complaints and deficiencies, as well as lists of nursing homes by county. The data comes from two sources: violations and certification data from the Department of Health Services ACLAIMS data system, and questionnaires sent by CANHR directly to facilities for information on services.

California Association of Area Agencies on Aging
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A nonprofit organization representing California's 33 area agencies on aging. The association is an advocate for meeting the needs of the elderly and adults with disabilities, with the purpose to implement the provisions and intent of the Older Americans Act and the Older Californians Act.

California Commission on Aging
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Established in 1973 by the Burton Act, the Commission serves as "the principal advocate in the state on behalf of older individuals, including, but not limited to, advisory participation in the consideration of all legislation and regulations made by state and federal departments and agencies relating to programs and services that affect older individuals."

California Department of Aging
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Administers a broad base of home- and community-based services throughout California, working primarily with 33 Area Agencies on Aging that serve seniors and people with disabilities. Also works with public and private nonprofit agencies throughout the state.

California Partnership for Long-Term Care
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Works to increase the number of middle-income Californians who have quality long-term care insurance that prevents or delays their dependence on Medi-Cal. Sponsored by the California Department of Health Services.


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