Age-Friendly Massachusetts Action Plan

Building a Community for All Ages

Age-Friendly Massachusetts Action Plan

See the Age & Dementia Friendly Cape Ann initiative described on page 10 of the report.

The Age-Friendly Massachusetts Action Plan serves as the state’s multiyear plan to make the Commonwealth, as a whole, more age- and dementia-friendly. It sets forth a mission and vision and includes a comprehensive set of values, goals, and strategies advancing Massachusetts’ efforts to become an age-friendly state. 

The plan defines tangible and measurable goals while recognizing that becoming age-friendly is a fluid process and ongoing journey that requires direction from community members and partners. This plan will be submitted to AARP’s Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities but will be continuously updated with input from residents, communities, and stakeholders.

Review the plan and provide your feedback. We value the important voice of older adults, caregivers, communities, and stakeholders and look forward to reading your suggestions.

To provide input on the Age-Friendly Massachusetts Action Plan please submit comments online through our online form, or by contacting EOEA by phone at 617-727-7750.

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