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Vermont Action Plan for Aging Well Advisory Committee 2022 Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Vermont passed the Older Vermonters Act (Act 156) in October 2020. Section 3 of the Act, called on Vermont to develop an Action Plan for Aging Well and states that the purpose of the plan is to “provide strategies and cultivate partnerships for implementation across sectors to promote aging with health, choice, and dignity in order to establish and maintain an age-friendly State for all Vermonters.”

In May 2021, a process proposal was submitted to the legislature by the Agency of Administration, in collaboration with the Department of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living and the Department of Health, outlining action steps and timelines for the development of the Action Plan for Aging Well. One first step was the development of the Advisory Committee to provide guidance and oversight of the plan.

2022 Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Below find Vermont Action Plan for Aging Well Advisory Committee monthly meeting agendas, handouts and minutes. Select a month and see the available documents for that month's meeting.
If you'd like more accessible versions of any of these documents, please call our main office at 802-241-2401.

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December

 

 

October

Meeting Agenda - October 24

 

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August

Meeting Agenda - August 22

Meeting Minutes - August 22

AARP Envision Vermont Survey Results Presentation

VAPAW Panel Presentation Responses

 

June

Meeting Agenda - June 27

Meeting Minutes - June 27

Applying an Equity Lens Presentation

Social Connection and Engagement of Older Vermonters

Enhancing Social Connection Through Arts & Technology

VT Association of Senior Centers and Meal Providers Presentation

 

April

Meeting Agenda - April 25

Meeting Minutes - April 25

Older Vermonters and Financial Security Slides

January

Meeting Agenda

Meeting Minutes

Health Disparities and Aging Presentation

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