New York Lifespan Respite Final Sustainability Plan Report, January 2022
The New York State Lifespan Respite Program Core Team includes the New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA), the Monroe County Office for the Aging (MCOFA), and the New York State Caregiving and Respite Coalition (NYSCRC), managed by Lifespan of Greater Rochester, Inc. To address sustainability of the Lifespan Respite Program, the Core Team formed a Sustainability Planning Workgroup, and met across three sustainability retreats convened in Rochester, NY (August 2018, August 2019, and April 2021 [virtual meeting]). The sustainability retreats were facilitated by the Finger Lakes Geriatric Education Center (FLGEC) at the University of Rochester. Additionally, two statewide Sustainability Summits of statewide stakeholders in caregiving and respite services were held in October 2018 and October 2021 (virtual meeting) to solicit feedback and to establish advocacy priorities to guide the future work of sustainability for New York State respite care.
This final report includes findings from these events and a Lifespan Respite Sustainability Roadmap(Appendix 1), the Lifespan Respite Sustainability LOGIC MODEL (Appendix 2), a Lifespan Respite Sustainability Financing Strategies LOGIC MODEL (Appendix 3), and the Sustainability Summit Advocacy Priorities Areas.
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