Missouri is in the process of developing a Master Plan on Aging (MPA). This cross-sector, state-led strategic planning resource will help Missouri transform the infrastructure and coordination of services for its rapidly aging population, people with disabilities, and caregivers. An important piece of the MPA includes a comprehensive, statewide needs assessment. Conducting a statewide needs…Read More →
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Missourians deserve to age with dignity, independence, and choice. Together with Missouri's ten Area Agencies on Aging, ma4 works to make Missouri a place where we can all age well.Find a Marketplace Navigator Now!
Missouri Association of Area Agencies - ma4 - is the leading resource for service, information, and advocacy to improve the lives of aging Missourians. We advocate at the local, state, and federal level for services and supports that enhance the lives of older adults in the state of Missouri.About ma4
STOP ELDER ABUSE: 1-800-392-0210
STOP ELDER ABUSE! If you see signs of abuse, talk to the older adult to find out what is going on. Most importantly, get help or report what you see to Adult Protective Services. Missouri Adult Abuse and Neglect Hotline: #1-800-392-0210. Make a difference. Make the call.Learn More
The Show Me Summit on Aging Health 2023 was a resounding success! Thank you to our sponsors and exhibitors for making the Summit possible. Sign up for ma4 updates to keep in the know for our 2024 Summit! The 18th Show Me Summit on Aging & Health was a resounding success, with over 350 attendees….Read More →
Aging Ahead is proud to announce Chief Executive Officer, Lisa Knoll, was honored recently with a “Trailblazer in Aging Award for Innovation” by the National Council on Aging (NCOA). The Innovator Award recognizes an individual or organization that has created innovative solutions to improve the health and economic security of older adults in the community. “This year’s Trailblazers are…Read More →