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Public Hearing on Meeting the Needs of Philadelphia’s Elderly – May 26

PCA will host a public hearing to obtain comment on its proposed budget and programs for 2011-2012 on Thursday, May 26 at 10 a.m. at PCA, 642 N. Broad St. in Philadelphia.

Since the PA Dept. of Aging has not yet provided allocation information for the next year, the proposed budget was developed based on the assumption of flat funding. Older adults, community advocates and aging network professionals are invited. Attendees will have an opportunity to testify on how to best utilize resources to fill gaps in the continuum of aging care. The Public Hearing will serve as an opportunity to comment on the budget, highlight an unmet need or aging issue, or suggest a program idea or service strategy.

To testify in person at the hearing or to submit written comments, contact Lauren Ring by May 24 at 215-765-9000, ext. 5075 or email lring@pcaphl.org. more info>>

Source: PCA News Bulletin

Public Hearing: Addressing Elderly Needs

Philadelphia Corporation for Aging (PCA) is holding a public hearing to obtain comment on its proposed budget and programs for 2010-2011. The hearing will take place on May 26, 2010, beginning at 10:00am, at PCA, 642 North Broad Street, in the second floor auditorium.

The Public Hearing will begin with a review of the proposed 2010-2011 budget. The majority of the Public Hearing, however, is reserved for consumers, community advocates and aging experts to testify on how to best marshal resources to fill growing gaps in the continuum of aging care. This is an opportunity to comment on the budget, highlight an unmet need or aging issue, or suggest an exemplary program idea or service strategy. You may testify in person at the Public Hearing on May 26th, or submit written comments to PCA by that date. Register to testify by calling 765-9000, ext. 5075 by May 24th. Where appropriate, those presenting testimony will be grouped by issue area in order to provide more continuity in the presentation.

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