A New Vision for Aging

AGE+ was created to champion a new vision for successful and equitable aging for all Oregonians by empowering communities, linking generations and stimulating innovation to make longer life an opportunity, not a burden, especially for isolated and underserved older adults in rural areas.

Empowering Communities

AGE+ empowers communities through stimulating partnerships, training caregivers and developing innovative programs that address the real and growing challenges facing aging in America.

Our Initiatives

Oregon has a tradition of leadership in helping older adults age in place, achieving greater equity in access to health care and supporting nonprofits that make a difference. 

Ageless Award and Luncheon

Learn more about the Ageless Award Luncheon being held on April 23, 2020.

Save the Date for the 2020 Ageless Award Luncheon!

 Thursday, April 23, 2020 at The Nines in Portland

 Read Our Whitepapers! 

JFRF has been working hard to share the facts about aging in Oregon and the U.S. We have 4 whitepapers to inform people about how our country’s age structure is changing and what that means for everyone.

 

Oregonians Living Longer and Better

Oregonians are living longer, but this “longevity bonus” may come at a cost.

Housing Challenges for Older Oregonians

Increasing numbers of older adults in Oregon are “housing challenged.”

Oregon's New Age Structure

The changing age structure of Oregon is more than just a passing wave.

The Financial Security of Older Oregonians

Converging trends are threatening financial security for older adults.

News & Updates

AGE+ Participates in Age-Friendly Oregon Summit

AGE+ participated in a thought leaders panel on December 9th as a part of the Age-Friendly Oregon Summit hosted by AARP Oregon. The summit was held to challenge outdated beliefs about aging and to explore and discover innovations and promising practices in housing,...

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Why AGE+?

People are living longer, which calls for new intergenerational strategies to value and care for older adults. Medicare and Medicaid are critical sources of support, but community networks are needed to fill in housing, mobility and caregiving gaps, especially for older adults who are isolated, poor and underserved.

 

AGE+ empowers communities through stimulating partnerships, training caregivers and sponsoring innovative programs that address the real and growing challenges facing aging in America.

Contact

Please reach out to us with any comments, questions or suggestions you may have about AGE+ and our work. We look forward to hearing from you. 

Send an email to us using the form above or call us: 503-408-4759