A Transformative Time for Aging
In 2000 the Minnesota Department of Human Services and the Minnesota Board on Aging embarked on a plan to support older adults to 2030. This included gathering input from key stakeholders across the state.
Today marks the midpoint between our original vision for long-term services and supports and the year that baby boomers start turning 85. It is truly a transformative time in our communities. To that end, we’re revisiting our multi-year commitment to prepare for a permanently older society. Across all Minnesota communities, sectors and generations, we aim to refresh and refocus our efforts. We will celebrate our successes and spark a new kind of conversation about what our future can be so all older adults and their families are supported and communities can thrive.
To help us build momentum toward 2030, please take a few minutes to complete the MN 2030 survey to share your ideas about how Minnesota can be a state in which we thrive at all ages. The information you provide will help us identify the policy issues you believe are most important to our future as an older society.