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Area Agencies on Aging


Area Agencies on Aging were federally established in 1974 under the Older Americans Act to focus on issues of the aging population. They are

  • Consumer-oriented, grassroots organizations
  • Local government, non-profit, or tribe
  • Organizations that focus on needs of older adults and persons with disabilities, targeting services to vulnerable people with chronic care needs and family caregivers.
  • Part of a state and national aging & disability network

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