The 100-year life is here. We’re not ready.”
The Stanford Center on Longevity, The long-life paradox, DealBook – New York Times, January 21, 2023
Addressing the failures of the health care system will require uncomfortable reflection and bold action.
Doctors Aren’t Burned Out from Overwork. We’re Demoralized by Our Health System. *New York Times, February 5, 2023
Direct care workers in our community can make more money flipping burgers. Those that stay are facing burnout due to being overworked.
Dignity Alliance Massachusetts is dedicated to transformative change to ensure the dignity of older adults, people with disabilities, and their caregivers. We are committed to advancing new ways of providing long-term services, support, living options, and care, while respecting choice and self-determination. Through education, legislation, regulatory reform, and legal strategies, this mission will become reality throughout the Commonwealth.
as a grass-roots coalition of aging and disability service and advocacy organizations and supporters, Dignity Alliance Massachusetts works to secure fundamental changes.
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