Oakland County Survey on Senior Needs – Fill Out by Oct. 8

Oakland County Survey on Senior Needs – Fill Out by Oct. 8

The Oakland County Board of Commissioners Healthy Aging Oakland County Ad Hoc Committee and Area Agency on Aging 1-B (AAA 1-B) are seeking input to identify gaps in services for senior residents through a survey, which will close on October 8, 2021.

“If we’re looking to enhance and expand the delivery of services aimed at supporting seniors and their families, gaining their input is a critical step in the process,” Commissioner Kristen Nelson (D-Waterford Twp.), who chairs the committee, said. “This survey will help us identify needs for our aging population so we can support them with the most meaningful, sustainable and impactful services possible.”

Earlier this month, the Healthy Aging Oakland County Ad Hoc Committee and AAA 1-B hosted four town halls throughout Oakland County to collect thoughts on senior services and answer questions related to available resources. During the meetings, presenters distributed the survey and encouraged virtual participants to complete the survey online.

“We are grateful that the Board of Commissioners is committed to improving the quality of life for older Oakland County residents and their family caregivers,” Michael Karson, AAA 1-B CEO, said. “I encourage seniors and stakeholders to complete the survey and share their ideas on how we can make Oakland County a better place for us to live, retire, and age in place.”

To complete the survey, please visit bit.ly/OCSeniors and submit your responses by October 8. For more information related to senior services in the county, please visit www.aaa1b.org or www.oakgov.com/health/partnerships/seniors/Pages/default.aspx.

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