It's hard to believe that in current political environment it would be possible to get funds for such programs that provide support for aging-in-place. But certainly if there were a policy shift from supporting facilities to supporting in-home care experiences from countries like Norway and the Netherlands could be very valuable.
It certainly could address the impracticality of measures like Medicare providing a wheelchair to someone who has no accessible entry to the home. When I complained about this to one of our state senators a few years ago he said "well, that's where you have to rely on the role of the community." At the current rates projected for growth in needs to support seniors in the community, that's not practical--it's not even practical today, lots of needs go unmet. And with that philosophy, why provide policy support to assisted living when the payback and number served is much lower.