On Monday, January 18th, AGE+ will join the nation in celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day by honoring the legacy and life of Dr. King. During this time when the issue of racial equity is so important in our country, we acknowledge the long term impacts of systemic... It’s been a challenging year, to say the least, but AGE+ continued to push forward for older Oregonians! Click here to take a look at our 2020 impact snapshot! The next webinar is Thursday, November 5th at 4pm and will focus on Individualized Education Program (IEP). Our program Ties That Bind has been providing valuable and insightful information to grandparents and other kinship caregivers across Oregon with it’s... Brought to you by AGE+ and Multnomah County, this free webinar will focus on information and resources for your family to be successful this school year. Click here to register today! Click here to view the... Many older adults actively contribute to their communities. They are caregivers, essential workers, healthcare providers, members of organizations and support systems, and much more. Devaluing the lives of older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic is ageist and wrong.... AGE+ offers the ideas below for coping during this pandemic. They are gleaned from counselors, teachers, health workers and other adults. We share these strategies with deep respect for differences in individual personality and circumstances. Click here to... The coronavirus outbreak will be especially isolating for older people in our community who are already isolated and at higher risk. There are easy and safe steps we can all take. One of the easiest is creating a circle of care. For more on how you can give... Now more than ever, older adults need our help. COVID-19 is highlighting, yet again, the needs and challenges facing our older adults. In response, AGE+ is being innovative and nimble! The 2020 Ageless Award Luncheon is Going VIRTUAL! Join us (virtually) on: April 23,... Older adults are disproportionately susceptible to viruses – including the coronavirus COVID-19. Those with inadequate access to health care or who have unstable housing are especially vulnerable. At this time, taking sensible precautions is not only important,... Please click here for an update on our work throughout 2019 and for exciting things happening in 2020.