Joys Amidst Tribulation—Aging While Black in Oregon
This paper is meant to serve as a tool to bring attention to the challenges and resiliency of older Black Oregonians and the communities that support them.
Women’s Longevity Gap—Women Live Longer on Less
This paper highlights the challenges and contributions of older women in Oregon—some of the hardest working yet unacknowledged people we know.
Seen, Heard and Here—Older LGBTQ+ Oregonians
Invisible no longer. This paper shares new data and insights into the strengths and unique challenges of LGBTQ+ older adults in Oregon.
People are living longer, which calls for new intergenerational strategies to value and care for older adults. Community networks are needed to fill in housing, mobility and caregiving gaps, especially for older adults who are isolated, low-income and underserved.
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AGE+ is excited to share that we are seeking a Community Liaison to be the primary contact in The Gorge area for the Circles of Care programs. This role is mainly externally-focused and highly engaged in the community, especially those aspects intersecting with...
"We (older adults) have so much to give and we enjoy giving it. . . old age is our frontier that we are exploring and reinventing." Watch Ageless Award honoree, Susan Sokol Blosser, in a KOIN interview!