Did you miss the June 10th Oregon Health Forum event, “On the Brink: Oregon’s Looming Crisis of Housing & Support for Older Adults,” presented by AGE+ & The Jessie F. Richardson Foundation?
Click here to view the second of a three-part series focused on successful and equitable aging in Oregon.
Oregon’s growing population of older adults, many of whom have little or no retirement savings, will soon require increased support for daily living as well as new, affordable and suitable housing options—all in the midst of the worst housing crisis in a generation. Rural areas will be particularly challenged to meet these emerging needs. Join our expert speakers in this urgent call to action for investment in the solutions and resources needed to help older adults thrive in the face of broader social, economic and policy challenges to their health and wellbeing. We’ll also consider how Oregon’s recent, substantial investments in affordable housing may be deployed to support housing for older adults. This is the second of a three-part series, focused on a new vision for successful and equitable aging for all Oregonians.