Throughout Massachusetts, the ongoing demographic shift toward an older population has required most cities and towns to reevaluate the adequacy of services and programs for older adults. By 2030, the vast majority of municipalities in Massachusetts will have unprecedented proportions of people age 60 or over.
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Gleason, Hayley P.; Coyle, Caitlin; Steinman, Bernard A.; Somerville, Ceara R.; and Mutchler, Jan, "Evaluating Needs of Older Adults in Massachusetts Communities" (2014). Office of Community Partnerships Posters. 269.