About the Age-Forward 2030 Program
The Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging's Age-Forward 2030 program engages cross-sectoral policymaking to help communities prepare for an older, increasingly diverse, and economically stratified population.
Our work challenges communities to advance inclusive economic development, resilience, age-friendly innovation, technology solutions, and civic engagement.
2019 Innovation Award
The Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging is partnering with the SCAN Foundation for the 2019 Innovation Award. We are seeking to identify cities in California who are preparing their communities for the growth of their older adult population and embracing innovation opportunities. To learn more about the award, download the Age-Forward Innovation Brochure. We are currently reviewing applications.
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By the Numbers
separate U.S. counties with the longest and shortest typical lifespans based on life expectency at birth.
of middle-income adults aged 75 and older will lack sufficient financial resources to pay for senior housing and care, such as assisted living and independent living communities by 2009.
the number of over-age 75 who live alone will nearly double from 6.9 million to 13.4 million, the majority of them women.
Age Forward 2030
By 2030, there will be more people over the age of 60 worldwide than there will be under the age of 10. The United States, like the rest of the world, is experiencing a demographic age shift that is both urban and distinctly diverse. Will your community be prepared?Read Report