National AAA Survey

Conducted regularly since 2007, the comprehensive AAA National Survey captures trends related to AAA services, funding, partnerships and new directions. The survey Chartbook, toolkit, fact sheets and other related resources provide information for AAAs, policy makers, researchers, and other stakeholders to understand the evolving role of AAAs, benchmark services and advocate for funding or service needs.

This initiative is implemented by USAging with funding from the U.S. Administration for Community Living and in partnership with Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University in Oxford, OH.

The Chartbook and resources below can help you tell the story of your AAA—and how AAAs across the country support the health and well-being of older adults.
 
 

Survey Chartbook 

The comprehensive Chartbook describes the findings of the latest National Survey of Area Agencies on Aging. You’ll find data on AAA services and partnerships to address complex needs such as housing and social engagement and how AAAs are advancing health equity in their communities. The Chartbook is packed with data on other service trends as well, plus details on AAA workforce, funding, partnerships and more.  

More Older Adults, More Complex Needs: Trends and New Directions from the National Survey of Area Agencies on Aging

                                                                     

Data Briefs


Share the Findings 


State Data Reports

The State Data Reports showcase state-level data alongside national figures for states that achieved 75 percent response rate or higher. 

Arizona Maryland Oregon
Arkansas Michigan South Carolina
California Minnesota Tennessee
Colorado Missouri Utah
Georgia Montana Vermont
Idaho Nebraska Virginia
Illinois New York Washington
Iowa North Carolina West Virginia
Kansas Ohio  
Maine Oklahoma  

In addition to the state reports above, USAging will provide interested AAAs and state AAA associations with an Excel spreadsheet containing aggregated data from their state data report, including response options that were left out due to space constraints. Requestors must complete a request form and agree to adhere to the data guidelines.

State Data Summaries

The State Data Summaries provide a synopsis of state-level data for AAAs in states where the response rate was strong but not high enough to be representative of AAAs across the state.
 

Alabama Florida Hawaii
Indiana Kentucky New Jersey
Texas    

 

Webinars and Presentations

Past National AAA Survey Reports