It is estimated that by 2030, more than 70 million people will be 65 or older. At that time, nearly one in five Americans will be an “older American”. With this significant change in demographics, communities need to ensure they are ready to meet the needs of older residents and help them to age and live well.
Support for Communities and Organizations
The Age Well Live Well campaign encourages people and communities to take steps today to be healthy, connected and informed. If you are wanting to make a positive change or if you are a service provider representing a large organization, AWLW has resources to help organizations and communities build awareness, plan events and assess their community resources. Explore Age Well Live Well’s resources for organizations and communities by visiting the Aging Well Resources Order Form.
The Aging Services Coordination office works with a diverse group of partners including corporations, service organizations, universities, faith-based organizations and local governments. Our partners help to share ASC resources in their local communities, and provide educational outreach that energizes the agency’s programs and services. Through partner support, the ASC office is able to implement innovative ideas to improve the quality of life for the people we serve. Contact Aging Services Coordination to learn more.
HHSC and the ASC do not endorse or guarantee any product or services provided by companies who partner with ASC. ASC assumes no responsibility for the accuracy of claims made on its behalf by partners, and offers no exclusivity to partner organizations. ASC does not have involvement or influence in the authority to contract, ability to offer quid pro quo or control vendor selection, or to obligate HHSC to expend funds.
HHS ASC employees are subject to all relevant ethics laws and the HHS Ethics Policy.