AAA and Title VI Research

          



To support older adults to age well at home and in the community, the Aging Network needs information and tools to respond to these changes. With funding through the Administration for Community Living, USAging supports the Aging Network by systematically tracking, analyzing and disseminating information on the evolving roles, services and trends of Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) and Title VI Native American Aging Programs. The Capacity Building initiative is implemented by USAging with support from Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University in Oxford, OH.
 
National Surveys of Area Agencies on Aging
Conducted every two-to-three years, the comprehensive AAA National Survey captures trends related to AAA services, funding, partnerships and new directions. The survey reports provide an overview of findings. Title VI Native American Aging Program Survey Reports
The Title VI program survey captures information about Title VI program administration and staffing, services available to tribal elders, funding and local needs. These surveys have been conducted every two-to-three years since 2009. Case Example Compilations
Innovations from the Field highlight promising practices in the Aging Network, providing inspiration for innovative programs. Topical Poll Reports Data Briefs
USAging's Data Briefs investigate a specific topic covered in the AAA National Surveys. AAA Services and Programs Information Technology 
Project Lead
Traci Wilson, Director of Research