Aging

Connecticut: 2014 State Long-Term Services and Supports Scorecard Results
Raising Expectations 2014: A State Scorecard on Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Adults, People with Physical Disabilities, and Family Caregivers takes a multi-dimensional approach to measure state-level performance of long-term services and supports (LTSS) systems that assist older people, adults with disabilities, and family caregivers.
Aging Matters
Access links to the monthly publication from our EngAGEment Initiative partner, Grantmakers in Aging. This newsletter provides information about key research and publications on aging, highlights the work of our national EngAGEment partners, and offers important aging webinars and a calendar of events.
Partners for Livable Communities
Partners for Livable Communities is a national nonprofit organization working to restore and renew the communities we work and live in. Partners has over thirty years of experience in solving community problems by providing information, leadership and guidance that help communities help themselves.
Creating Communities for a Lifetime

As Connecticut's populations ages, a majority of residents desire and expect to remain in their homes and communities. This overview for municipal leaders offers information about how they can help to foster continued quality of life as residents grow older.

Women Give 2012
"Women Give" is the signature research project of the Women's Philanthropy Institute. Each report offers insights into why and how gender matters in philanthropy. Women Give 2012 focuses on the effect of age and gender on giving with a spotlight on Boomers and older Americans.
Our Aging State: What Connecticut Funders Need to Know

Read a summary of the CCP's EngAGEment interviews. Ten key members of Connecticut’s aging network were interviewed to explore important issues and their views on what the philanthropy community needs to know. Although the interviewees have varied roles and vantage points within aging services, similar concerns and priorities emerged repeatedly – along with a variety of ways for funders to become involved.

Pages