Statewide Age- and- Dementia-Friendly Listening Sessions

Statewide Age- and Dementia-Friendly Listening Sessions

In collaboration with community partners, the Executive Office of Elder Affairs will co-host multiple listening sessions around the Commonwealth to hear more from our local communities on how to strengthen Massachusetts’ age- and dementia-friendly work.  We want to understand how your priorities have changed in the last 5 years, how you have contributed to your communities’ efforts to support positive aging, and what large actions or policies you think will support people to age well in our communities in the future.

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In 2019, Massachusetts unveiled a plan to amplify, align, and coordinate local, regional, and statewide efforts to create a welcoming and more livable Commonwealth for residents of all ages. The Age-Friendly Massachusetts Action Plan is an articulation of the state’s vision and aspirations for what it looks like to grow older as a Commonwealth.

This year, Massachusetts is working to refresh the plan to guide the state’s age- and dementia-friendly actions for the next 5-10 years. They want to hear from you, and the people you serve!  The action plan serves as the state’s multi-year strategy to make the Commonwealth more age- and dementia-friendly. From the beginning, this action plan was designed to be a living document that would be continuously updated and renewed over time. Becoming more age- and dementia-friendly is an ongoing process that requires direction from residents and community partners.


Jun 07 2024


9:00 am - 1:00 pm

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Worcester Senior Center


Worcester Senior Center
128 Providence Street, Worcester, MA 01604
Executive Office of Elder Affairs


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