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Posted on: June 14, 2021

[ARCHIVED] What is important to you as you age in Orange County?

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The Orange County Department on Aging and its Advisory Board are seeking the input of the community as they develop the next Master Aging Plan.

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. We are counting on your input to help develop the 2022-27 Master Aging Plan. The Master Aging Plan goals should reflect what is most important to you! 

Graphic of Aging QR codeSurvey participants have the opportunity to anonymously share their ideas and vision about how to make Orange County a great place to age. Take the survey online by scanning the QR code at the right with your smart phone camera or at www.orangecountync.gov/2021-MAP-Survey. A hardcopy of the survey can be picked up at the Seymour Center (2551 Homestead Rd., Chapel Hill) or Passmore Center (103 Meadowlands Dr., Hillsborough). 

The survey is now open and will close on July 15 and is available in English, Chinese and Spanish.

For more information or assistance, please call 919-968-2087 or visit www.orangecountync.gov/MasterAgingPlan.

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