Appointed by Secretary of Aging: Emily N. Miller
Appointed by Secretary of Health & Mental Hygiene: Terah A. Tessier
Appointed by Secretary of Human Resources: Dorinda A. Adams
Appointed by Secretary of Transportation: Daniel O'Reilly
Appointed by Chair, Maryland Caregivers Support Coordinating Council: Elizabeth A. Weglein
Appointed by State President, AARP Maryland: Renee S. Fredericksen; three vacancies.
Appointed by Executive Director, Greater Maryland Chapter, Alzheimer's Association: Ilene W. Rosenthal
Appointed by President, Health Facilities Association of Maryland: one vacancy
Appointed by President, Board of Directors, Hospice & Palliative Care Network of Maryland: Regina S. Bodnar
Appointed by President, LeadingAge Maryland: Jill Schumann
Appointed by Executive Director, March of Dimes Maryland-National Capital Area: one vacancy
Appointed by President, Maryland Association of Adult Day Services: one vacancy
Appointed by President, Board of Directors, Maryland Gerontological Association: Virginia M. Thomas
Appointed by President, Maryland Hospital Association: Daniel Hale, M.D.
Appointed by Maryland Nurses Association: Karen E. B. Evans
Appointed by President, Maryland-National Capital Home Care Association: Gwen Turner
Appointed by Chief Executive Officer, Mental Health Association of Maryland: Kimberly Burton
Appointed by Executive Director, National Alliance on Mental Illness of Maryland: Jessica Honke
Representing Maryland Health Officers: Cynthia A. Brown; Deborah B. McGruder; Gail Yerkie, R.N.
Staff: Tamela Bresnahan
c/o AARP Maryland
200 St. Paul Place, Suite 2510, Baltimore, MD 21206
In July 2015, the Task Force on Family Caregiving and Long-Term Supports was formed by the General Assembly (Chapter 155, Acts of 2015).
For family caregivers, the Task Force was to identify those policies, programs, and resources currently available to them, and also look for additional innovative and creative means to support them as they provide in-home care and assistance to elderly adults. The Task Force received testimony about the needs of family caregivers on issues such as the designation of caregivers; their training; respite care; medical leave policies; and delegation of tasks to nonmedical aides. An inventory of resources for family caregivers was to be compiled. Finally, the Task Force evaluated and recommended what the State can do to develop, train, and retain a qualified and responsive workforce of in-home caregivers.
Authorization for the Task Force ended October 30, 2016.
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