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NCOA leads a coalition of national aging and disability organizations working to advance long-term services and supports for older adults and individuals with disabilities.

Known as the Disability and Aging Collaborative, the coalition formed during health reform and was one of the first coordinated advocacy efforts among the aging and disability communities on long-term services and supports.

The coalition is now focused primarily on enhancing access to home and community-based services (HCBS), rebalancing, and ensuring consumer engagement, protections, and quality in duals integration and managed long-term services and supports (LTSS).

Members of the Disability & Aging Collaborative

AARP
AFSCME
Alliance for Retired Americans
Alzheimer’s Association
American Association of People with Disabilities
American Association on Health and Disability
American Network of Community Options and Resources
The Arc of the United States
Association of University Centers on Disabilities
Balezon Center for Mental Health Law
Caring Across Generations
Center for Medicare Advocacy
Community Catalyst
Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund
Easter Seals
Families USA
Health & Disability Advocates
Leading Age
Lutheran Services in America
National Association of Area Agencies on Aging
National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities
National Association for Home Care and Hospice
National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare
National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care
National Council on Aging
National Council on Independent Living
National Disability Rights Network
National Health Law Program
National PACE Association
National Senior Citizens Law Center
Paralyzed Veterans of America
Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute
Service Employees International Union
United Cerebral Palsy
United Spinal Association
VNAA – Visiting Nurse Associations of America

For more information on the Disability and Aging Collaborative, please contact Joe Caldwell.