Impact of Fiscal Year 79 Budget Request on New Jersey Aging Programs: Hearing Before the Select Committee on Aging, House of Representatives, Ninety-fifth Congress, Second Session, April 1, 1978, Camden, N.J.
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21. lappuse - I thank you, Mr. Chairman, and members of this committee for the opportunity of appearing before you today to discuss the matter of "no new starts...
35. lappuse - Directors which recommends an increase in 100 percent of the funding level for fiscal year 1979 with additional minimal increases of 25 percent of the funding level of the previous year's allocation for fiscal year 1980 and an additional minimal increase of 25 percent of the previous year's allocation for fiscal year 1981...
21. lappuse - Governmental responsibility, particularly for providing funds and establishing standards, must be emphasized if the necessary facilities and services are to be made available to older people. The delivery of services should make maximum use of voluntary and private organizations which can meet the standards established by government in consultation with consumers and the providers of service.
38. lappuse - Federal, state, sub-state, and local levels through the Administration on Aging, State Units on Aging, Area Agencies on Aging, and service provider agencies receiving Older Americans Act funds. (9) The term "resource management...
38. lappuse - I would like to thank you for the support you have given the Council this year, and I will now formally move the adoption of the Reports and Accounts.
36. lappuse - ... been involved in this effort, and am confident that solutions to these very difficult issues will be found. Our goals are not in conflict. We all want to provide meaningful jobs for inmates in ways that minimize the impact on theprivate sector. Thank you, Mr. Chairman, for the opportunity to testify before the committee, and we look forward to your questions. Mr. HUGHES. Thank you, Ms. Hawk. [The prepared statement, with attachments, of Ms. Hawk follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OP KATHLEEN M.
1. lappuse - Florio (acting chairman of the committee) presiding. Members present: Representatives Florio of New Jersey; and Hughes of New Jersey. Staff present: Yosef Riemer, professional staff member, Select Committee on Aging.
7. lappuse - Act, amf the subsequent amendments over the years, a good deal of attention has been focused on the special needs of this large and growing segment of our society, yet this" year we are faced with new problems.