Missouri Governor Directs The Creation Of A Master Plan For Aging For The State

Missouri Governor Mike Parson has signed an executive order calling for the Department of Health and Senior Services and a new Advisory Council to develop a Master Plan for Aging for the state.

In a release, the governor says the Master Plan of Aging is intended to help reduce age and disability discrimination and eliminate barriers of safe and healthy aging.

Governor Parson says the idea is to give aging citizens the opportunity to live as safely and independently as possible. He says the support would not only target long-term care facilities, but is also intended to improve services that would lead to a more efficient use of Medicaid and other social programs.

The Department of Health and Senior Services has a date of December 31, 2025 to finalize the public report.

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