Annual Report 2019-2020
Leadership in Aging and Community Living
The maturing of America’s baby boomer generation has resulted in an unprecedented, long-term shift in our country’s age demographics. By 2030, 73 million—or one in five—people in America will be 65 or older. For the Aging Network—and our members—this growth represents a tremendous opportunity to innovate and create new ways to address the needs of the expanding numbers of older adults. Yet this explosive growth also brings significant challenges; in particular, scaling services to meet growing needs. The COVID-19 pandemic only raised the stakes, putting millions of older adults in harm’s way—not just from the virus, but also from hunger, social isolation and loneliness, and loss of independence. That’s why the work of our members, Area Agencies on Aging and Title VI Native American aging programs around the country, is more important now than ever before.
Read n4a’s 2019-2020 Annual Report.
Read reports for past years: 2018-2019 | 2017-2018 | 2016-2017 | 2015-2016 | 2014-2015
Save the date! Join n4a’s President, Deborah Stone-Walls, CEO Sandy Markwood and team for a webinar discussion on the state of the association and the Aging Network and where we go from here in the new year—as an association, but also as a powerful network of aging leaders and advocates. Please join us and be ready to join the conversation about what should be on n4a’s policy, program and membership priority list for 2021. | January 13 at 3:00 PM ET