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Area Plan on Aging: Update Process

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2016–2019 Draft Area Plan Review

Every four years, Aging & Disability Services (ADS)—the Area Agency on Aging for King County—and other Area Agencies on Aging around the country develop a four-year plan. The agencies also prepare annual updates. Plans and updates for Seattle-King County are submitted to the State Unit on Aging, part of the DSHS Aging and Long-Term Support Administration, which in turn files a State Plan on Aging with the federal Administration on Aging, all part of the Aging Network authorized by the Older Americans Act of 1965.

click here to open the draft area plan on aging for 2016 - copy for public reviewAfter more than a year in development, the final draft Area Plan for 2016–2019 was submitted to the State Unit on Aging on October 5, 2015. State approval is expected in early 2016.

Click on the image at left to open the draft plan for public review. To request it in an alternative format, click here. Please allow three to five days lead time.

For a one-page summary, click here.

For more information about Area Plan development, contact ADS planner Karen Winston at karen.winston@seattle.gov.

2014–2015 Area Plan Update

ADS has updated the existing plan for 2014 and 2015, to include a revised budget and new and revised objectives for 2014–2015. Following are pertinent documents:

For more information, contact ADS planner Karen Winston at karen.winston@seattle.gov.

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