Are Seniors and People with Disabilities Coming to You

Confused About What Health Care Reform Will

  Mean to Them?


You are not alone. There are a lot of changes ahead and many people do

not understand how they will be affected.  Case managers, advocates,

community leaders and others have a role to play in making sure people

get good, clear information to make informed choices.


Please come to an informational policy forum and town hall hosted by

Assembly Member Tom Ammiano to learn what healthcare reform does, and

does not do, for our communities.


        Friday, October 11, 2013, 10:00 – 12:00

                       Milton Marks Conference Center

                        San Francisco State Building

                      455 Golden Gate Ave, lower level


·      What does Medicaid (Medi-Cal) expansion mean and who will benefit

from it?


·      How does healthcare reform impact seniors on both Medicare and



·      What does reform mean for people UNDER age 65 and how is this

different for people OVER age 65??


·      What does reform mean for people with disabilities who get IHSS or

other “Long Term Services and Supports”?


Featured presenters:


Hon. Tom Ammiano: California State Assembly


Hon. Mark Leno: California State Senate


Anna Rich: National Senior Citizens Law Center


Sawait Hezchias-Seyoum: Health Access California


Elizabeth Zirker: Disability Rights California



For more information and to RSVP contact:



James Chionsini at Senior & Disability Action 415-546-1333, Ext. 304,



Or Jessica Rothhaar 510-414-5918,






Sponsored by Senior & Disability Action, the San Francisco Department of

Aging and Adult Services, Bayview-Hunters Point Senior Center, Caring

Across Generations, Family Services Agency of SF, Community Living

Campaign, California Alliance of Retired Americans, Openhouse


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