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California’s ‘Master Plan for Aging’ is well received in its early days

By 2034, an estimated one in five residents of the state of California will be age 65 or older. While this won’t lead to a “silver tsunami” when it comes to a flood of housing inventory, the impacts of an aging population are difficult to ignore.

These shifting dynamics are causing the California state government to work to ensure that certain issues that can stem from such a demographic development — particularly for health care, housing and social services — are addressed in a comprehensive statewide initiative called the “Master Plan for Aging.”

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