Older Vermonters Act

Act 156, the Older Vermonters Act, passed the Vermont legislature in September 2020 and was signed by Governor Phil Scott in October 2020. This Act creates a set of principles for a comprehensive and coordinated system of services, supports and protections for older Vermonters, expands the scope of the State Plan on Aging, requires an annual legislative report on Adult Protective Services, calls on Vermont to create an Action Plan for Aging Well to build an age-friendly state, and creates a self-neglect working group. This act was informed by the recommendations provided by the Older Vermonters Act Working Group.

Older Vermonters Act Principles

EnVision Vermont Survey

Join the State of Vermont, AARP, COVE, V4A and partners across Vermont in creating:

EnVision Vermont: A 10-Year Action Plan for Aging Well.

Vermont’s demographics are changing. 1 in 4 Vermonters are over the age of 60. Are Vermont’s communities ready and able to meet our changing needs and wants as we all age? If you are age 45+, please take our survey and tell us what’s important to you as you get older, share your experience, and let us know how well our communities are supporting older Vermonters right now.

Follow this link to access the survey

DEADLINE TO RESPOND: May 20th, 2022

To request a paper copy of the survey to be sent to you, call the Area Agencies on Aging Helpline at 1-800-642-5119.

Associated Committees and Working Groups

Vermont Action Plan for Aging Well Advisory Committee

2022 Agendas, Meeting Materials, and Meeting Minutes

2021 Agendas, Meeting Materials, and Meeting Minutes