MLP and Older Adult Health and Stability
The need for comprehensive advance care planning for vulnerable older adults has received renewed attention recently, in part due to increased awareness of the disconnect between high costs of care at the end of life and the quality of such care when measured by patient goals and expectations. At the same time, older adult housing instability, with ripple effects on the healthcare system, remains at crisis levels. Two MLP programs, one based in San Francisco and the other based in Boston, will share insights from pilots focused on these two legal domains. Participants will glean particular value on the subjects of (a) developing a coherent law schoool model in the context of advance care planning-related MLP services; and (b) the unique and substantial needs of an especially vulnerable sub-population within the universe of low-income older adults: socially isolated, mentally ill people over 50 who are not dual-eligibles because they lack the requisite work history.
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