The Foundation for the Future of Aging is a new aging and health care foundation – created to embrace the future of aging by engaging in dialogue and projects which will help improve the lives of older Americans and the disabled.
Our nation is aging rapidly. The 77 million baby boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) are moving into retirement. Some of the greatest domestic challenges facing our country are the ability to provide access to affordable, quality long-term care, health care and aging services to Americans. Faced with growing local, state and federal budget shortfalls, legislators at all levels of government are grappling with a range of difficult issues. Reform is the operative word and the challenges are great.
The Foundation for the Future of Aging enters this debate with a commitment to engage in collaborative efforts and research that will help light the way for consumers and policy makers; to help them tackle difficult issues and make critical decisions that are in the best interest of individuals, families and the nation. As we begin, our work will specifically focus on:
Our goals are set high to match the level of enthusiasm and desire our Foundation Board members and staff have to create positive change – to create a future when the long-term care and aging services needs of all citizens can be met in ways that that will ensure the highest quality of life for older Americans in all settings.
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