Age Wave Planning

Age Wave Planning Examples:

Find links to example documents, with introductions provided below. You can also click on the pushpins on the map to find regionally appropriate materials.

New River Aging In Place Action Plan

In recognition of growing housing and service challenges, Successfully Aging at Home in the New River Valley – a grassroots, community-based initiative – was established to meet an unmet and growing need: the ability of residents to age in their homes and communities.

Chesapeake 55 & Better Plan

This Chesapeake 55 and Better Comprehensive Plan was developed with the active participation of many people in our community who had ideas and opinions about what they want their community to be like for persons 55 and over.

The City of Alexandria Strategic Plan on Aging

Most Americans want to stay in their own homes and communities as they age. Alexandria offers attractive features in abundance that make the desire to age at home especially compelling.

Greater Richmond Regional Plan for Age Wave Readiness

The Greater Richmond Age Wave is a collaboration of public and private organizations, businesses, and individuals including older adults working to prepare for the opportunities and challenges of our region’s growing aging population.

Williamsburg Community Action Plan on Aging

This Plan delineates goals, strategies, and action steps that can be implemented by the SSC, the three jurisdictions, and the community over the next ten years to assure the Greater Williamsburg Area is a “more livable community for seniors.”

Fairfax 50+ Community Action Plan

The initiative is framed with the recognition that County revenue for human services, as well as pressures on individual income, impacts the ability to meet both present and projected caregiver and care recipient needs.

Arlington County Elder Readiness Plan

As baby boomers age, the number of elders in Arlington will more than double. The County Board charged the Elder Readiness Task Force in 2006 with assessing County readiness to meet the changing needs of a growing elder population. The Elder Readiness Plan is a blueprint for an inclusive, livable community that will be ready to meet the increased needs of the elder population expected over the next 25 years.

Rappahannock Rapidan Region’s Aging Together Partnership

Aging Together’s vision is that the needs and preferences of older adults will be recognized and honored as our region creates livable communities for all ages.

The Partnership for a Livable Roanoke Valley

This executive summary summarizes a two-year long undertaking to engage our stakeholders and community in a process to articulate a vision, principles and goals, and to develop a strategic action plan to realize our vision for a “Livable Roanoke Valley".