In May 2018, the California Women's Law Center and WISE & Healthy Aging created Women, Aging, and Poverty, a PowerPoint presentation discussing the needs of our aging population and the challenges older women face.
This statewide survey of 800 California adults age 36-70 who are in the workforce finds that some Californians are living the dream, but many are struggling.
|CWLC Presentation: Women, Aging and Poverty (2018)||Access|
|UCLA Health Policy Fact Sheet on Senior Rent Burden (2018)||Access|
|USC Report on California's Aging Population: Implications for Housing (2018)||Access|
|AARP Report: California Dreaming or California Struggling? (2017)||Access|
|CWLC Guide: Older Women's Health Resource Guide: Learning to Demand and Receive Better care (2006)||Access|
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