MAP Annual Reports
Orange County Five-Year Master Aging Plan 2007- 2011
"Building Aging-Friendly Communities in Orange"
Recognizing that the aging process of its residents impacts all aspects of Orange County, including its governmental and community services, and in view of the future historic shift to a dramatically older community, on June 23, 2005, the Orange County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) approved a process for updating Orange County’s Master Aging Plan (MAP) for a five-year period, from 2007-11.
The MAP goals were to guide the preparation of the plan by a commissioner-appointed task force:
1 To develop and implement a Master Aging Plan (MAP) that provides a comprehensive and coordinated delivery of community services to older adults who have different levels of functional capacity throughout their life spans
2 To promote an aging-friendly community as part of a smart growth policy for all, and
3 To develop a county-wide plan that integrates the resources of the many public and private community partners, including the Triangle United Way.
Adopted by the Orange County Board of County Commissioners May 15, 2007
Prepared by the Master Aging Task Force, Pat Sprigg and Florence Soltys, Co-chairs
Staffed by Orange County Department on Aging, Jerry M. Passmore, Director