The Long Term Care Community Coalition (LTCCC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving quality of care, quality of life, and dignity for elderly and disabled people in nursing homes, assisted living, and other residential settings.
LTCCC focuses on systemic advocacy, researching national and state policies, laws, and regulations in order to identify relevant issues and develop meaningful recommendations to improve quality, efficiency, and accountability. In addition to providing a foundation for advocacy, LTCCC uses this research and the resulting recommendations to educate policymakers, consumers, and the general public. Consumer, family, and LTC ombudsman empowerment are fundamental to our mission.
LTCCC’s work is grounded in its organization as a New York State based coalition of consumer, community, civic, and professional organizations, bringing together these different stakeholders to identify and address the systemic issues that affect quality of care and dignity in long-term care.
LTCCC is proud to host two local LTC Ombudsman Programs in New York: the Hudson Valley LTC Ombudsman Program and the Tri-County LTC Ombudsman Program. Learn about volunteer opportunities with the ombudsman programs.
Long Term Care Community Coalition
209 W. 29th Street Suite 6252
New York, NY 10001
Media inquiries: info@LTCCC.org.
Deborah Truhowsky, Esq.,
Law Firm of D.F. Truhowsky
Ombudservice Family Service League, Suffolk County (Retired)
Executive Director, Coalition of the Institutionalized Aged and Disabled
Martin Petroff, Esq.,
Martin Petroff & Associates
Patricia Fildes-Vosburg, BSN, RN, GCM,
Independent Nurse Consultant
NYS Medicaid Inspector General (Retired)
Eilon Caspi, PhD,
Eilon Caspi PhD, Director, Dementia Behavior Consulting LLC
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