State Senate

By Philip Lentz
Couple discussing serious financial situation
Crisis Will Only Get Worse if Not Addressed in Final 2017-18 Budget
Assisting a senior man with using his walking frame
ALBANY, New York – Following the state Legislature’s passage of a  bill negotiated with Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to create a new class of advanced home health aides who would be allowed to perform previously prohibited health tasks,  AARP New York State Director Beth Finkelissued the following  statement:  
Bill to Ensure Instruction in Care Headed to Governor for Approval
LI CARE Act bus 5-5-15.
Push CARE Act to Ensure Caregivers Offered Instruction in Post-Discharge Tasks
CARE Act Assembly Health Committee 4-28-15
AARP’s Top Priority Bill Ensures Instruction in Post-Discharge Tasks
AARP’s Top Priority Bill Ensures Instruction in Post-Discharge Tasks; Governor Cuomo Proposed Similar ‘Caregiver Support Initiative’
Governor’s Budget Proposal Would Allow More New Yorkers to Age at Home, Support Family Caregivers; Could Save Costs
L I utility postcards Joan McCarty 3-18-15
Members Deliver 4,000 Postcards to Island’s State Senators Urging Utility Consumer Advocate
I need my glasses, I'm seeing double
Cahill, Assembly Back Consumer Advocate, Intervenor Funding
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