Multisector Plan for Aging

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Looking for tips and tools on how to get started with or implement an MPA? Check out these resources
This one-pager shows the timeline of key activities leading to the National Strategy release and post-release actions. These events can help inform the evolution of efforts to support a National Plan on Aging.
This issue brief outlines the process by which the Recognize, Assist, Include, Support, and Engage (RAISE) Family Caregivers Act was developed, implemented, and deployed to achieve the first iteration of the 2022 National Strategy to Support Family Caregivers. The brief showcases how the evolution of this process can inform similar efforts to advance a national plan on aging while building on existing efforts to drive multisector plans for aging across the United States.
This one-pager was used during ASA's Hill Day in May, 2024. Read on to learn how MPAs can be used as a vehicle for promoting equity.
This toolkit was designed by West Health and other MPA partners to provide branding materials such as PowerPoint templates, fonts, and logos for the MPA movement.
In this webinar, experts discuss the new Multisector Plan for Aging (MPA) measure in the AARP LTSS Scorecard and explain how states can center equity in their MPAs to reflect the voices, experiences and recommendations of all stakeholders.
In this March 2024 blog, learn how the Administration for Community Living's Interagency Coordinating Committee on Healthy Aging and Age-Friendly Communities (ICC) is seeking to build upon government plans to develop a strategic framework for a national plan on aging.
This brief by West Health and the National PACE Association explores common elements to both PACE and MPAs.
There is a critical importance of addressing the needs of older adults, particularly marginalized populations, with a focus on equity and inclusivity. October 2023 Blog
This new issue brief by West Health provides an overview of the elements of Executive Orders and legislation that drive MPAs.
This tool describes strategies states could use to engage family caregivers to shape and implement an MPA.
Hear a panel of aging experts describe what an MPA is and what it looks like at different stages and across communities with different priorities
A multisector plan for aging (MPA) is an umbrella term for a state-led, multi-year planning process that convenes cross-sector stakeholders to collaboratively address the needs of older adults and people with disabilities.
Hear from a panel of experts on the eight strategies to gain buy-in from state and community leaders.
Use this infographic to others visualize the path to a developing a multisector plan for aging.
Use this guide to help you develop an MPA building on the core tenets and best practices for successful implementation.
Learn about the fundamentals of the MPA movement and how funders can get involved in this important work.
Learn what are the eight essential building blocks for getting started with an MPA.
Hear from Kim McCoy Wade, Office of California Governor Gavin Newsom and Carrie Graham, Center for Health Care Strategies, who share their experience successfully implementing a plan for aging in California.
In this Future Proof Live episode, experts discuss how Multisector Plans for Aging (MPAs) are successfully building bridges between agencies like Parks and Rec, libraries and city transportation services.
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