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For the first time in US history, older adults are projected to outnumber children by 2034. This presents opportunities as well as challenges. Recognizing this turning point can provide the catalyst needed to revisit policies and practices to support all ages. Some informative sources for more information on the changing demographics and aging in Missouri and the US:

Aging Services in Missouri – Missouri Division of Senior & Disability Services and Information in Missouri

ACL- Administration for Community Living – Profile of Older Adults in US

ACL: Projected Future Growth of the Older Population

AARP Livable Communities and Info

Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation of the Elderly and Disabled MO Hotline

Administration for Community Living (ACL) Data & Research

Affordable Connectivity Program (ACT): a federal program to provide up to $30 per month toward broadband service for eligible households and up to $100 in one-time assistance with purchasing a device.

Age Well Planner (NCOA)

American Society on Aging

Assisted Living Costs Covered by Medicaid? (Info from NCOA)

Behavioral Health: Sustaining Effective Behavioral Health Care for Older Adults: Strategies and Considerations.
COVID-19 vaccine info from the state of Missouri

COVID Information: Benefits and Supports for Older Adults with Long COVID: Recording and Resource Guide

Driver Safety: Safe Driving with Hearing Loss (NCOA)

Driver Safety: Safe Driving as We Age National Institute on Aging Research, Discussion, Tips on Safe Driving

Driver Safety: Safe Driving as We Age from the Clearinghouse for Older Road User Safety (ChoRUS), a project of the Roadway Safety Foundation.

Elder Justice: Get the Facts on Elder Abuse: NCOA

Elder Justice: National Center on Law & Elder Rights

Equity: Visualizing Health Equity: One Size Does Not Fit All

Financial Security Later in Life Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Food Resource: Show Me Food – Local Food Finder

Food Resource: Feeding Missouri: Interactive Map to Locate Food Resources Near You

LGBQT+ Health Equity Resources – Missouri Connections for Health

LGBQT-Inclusive Engagement for Elder Justice Professionals

Missouri Family to Family Free supports for people with disabilities and their families and caregivers

My Health Checklist – from the John A Hartford Foundation: My Health Checklist is a workbook to support adults 65 and older to prepare for health care appointments.

Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

Social Security