Master Aging Plan
Master Aging Plan & Aging Initiatives
The Master Aging Plan (MAP) is a five year plan that provides comprehensive and coordinated delivery of community services and supports that foster lifelong community engagement and well-being to older adults in Orange County. The Department on Aging created its first MAP in 2000 and each new MAP continues to evolve to meet the needs, expectations, and contributions of a growing aging population.
The Next Master Aging Plan! What is most important to you?
As the experts in what it means to be an older adult in Orange County, we’re counting on your input to help develop our 5-year Master Aging Plan. This strategic plan will guide our age-friendly community initiatives, events, programming, and policy from 2022-2027. The Master Aging Plan goals should reflect what is most important to you!
Please share your thoughts through this anonymous survey electronically by following this link www.orangecountync.gov/MAPSurvey or scanning the QR code at right with your smart phone camera. Call the Aging Helpline at (919) 968-2087 if you need help accessing/completing the survey.
Orange County Department on Aging Director, Janice Tyler, sat down with 97.9 The Hill's Brighton McConnell on July 7 to discuss the new five-year Master Aging Plan. Listen to the podcast here and take the MAP Survey to let your voice be heard.
|2017 - 2022||2012 - 2017||2007 - 2011|
|Yr 1 Implementation Final||Yr 1 Implementation Final|
|Yr 2 Implementation Final||Yr 2 Implementation Final|
|Yr 3 Implementation Final||Yr 3 Implementation Final|
|Yr 4 Implementation Yr4Q3||Yr 4 Implementation Final|
|Yr 5 Implementation Final||Yr 5 Implementation Final|
|2018 Housing Report||2014 Housing Report|
|2021 Senior Housing Guide|
View documents related to the 2017 to 2022 Master Aging Plan and the process of the plan.
Check out information related to the Master Aging Plan passed for 2012 to 2017.
Browse documents related to the Master Aging Plan of Orange County.
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