Master Plan for Aging

Recognizing that California’s over-65 population is projected to grow to 8.6 million by 2030, Governor Gavin Newsom issued an executive order calling for the creation of Master Plan for Aging to be developed by October 1, 2020. The Master Plan will serve as a blueprint that can be used by state government, local communities, private organizations and philanthropy to build environments that promote an age friendly California.

Our own President & CEO, Debbie Toth, has been appointed to the Master Plan for Aging Stakeholder Advisory Committee and will be helping to shape this Master Plan to help serve seniors from all backgrounds in California.

We will update this page regularly with information related to the Master Plan and its development. If you’d like to contribute your thoughts, you can do so here. Otherwise, please feel free to review some of our resources below:

Master Plan for Aging Executive Summary

Goal 1 Work: The LTSS Report with Transmittal Letter

Goal 2 Work: Livable Communities and Purpose Report

Goal 3 Work: Health and Well-Being Report

Goal 4 Work: Economic Security, Safety and Emergency Preparedness Report

California’s Master Plan for Aging: Transforming a Fragmented System Through Statewide Leadership and Coordination

Designing A Master Plan for Aging that Reflects What Matters Most to Californians

Master Plan for Aging: Elements of the Executive Order

Summary of the Enacted 2019-20 Budget: Impact of California’s Older Adults and People with Disabilties

California Voters Care

California Statewide Voter Survey – Report on Results

Master Plan for Aging: A Local Perspective – Event Program 

Framework & Goals

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