Multigenerational Plan for Aging


What is a Multigenerational Plan on Aging?

  • Is a strategic planning process that results in a plan to help North Dakota transform the infrastructure and coordination of services for adults as they age
  • Enables North Dakotans to communicate a clear vision and priorities for their state
  • Guides state and local programs, public and private initiatives, policies, and funding to support aging
  • Reflects input from communities, stakeholders, public and private businesses, and people of all ages and abilities
  • Leverages data and benchmarks to impact change

What Can the Plan Accomplish?

  • Build bridges across government and stakeholder agencies
  • Facilitate collaboration with diverse stakeholders to help identify shared values, mutual goals, and opportunities to improve person-centered supports and services
  • Raise awareness among policymakers and the public about how aging and disability-related policy impacts people at all stages of life, including retirement planning, family caregiving, and living with disabilities
  • Create partnerships that bring stakeholders together to influence policy with data

chart showing the 4 goals of a Multigenerational Plan on Aging for North Dakota


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