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National Survey of Area Agencies on Aging 2020 Report

A Hispanic/Latina grandmother smiles as two granddaughters each kiss her on the cheek. All three are outside.

This report was produced by USAging and the Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University, and it includes findings on services, budgets, staffing, and new programs at Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs, pronounced “triple A’s”). All AAAs serve people who are age 60 and older and many also serve people with disabilities who are under age 60, providing various services and programs to individuals and communities. Every three years, the Administration for Community Living funds a national survey of AAAs to learn about trends and changes in programs, funding, and services, and this report is part of that cycle.

USAging is one of the primary partners of the Grandfamilies & Kinship Support Network.

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