The Department of Elder Affairs (DOEA) seeks public input to assist with determining the needs of elders in Florida to better inform our state planning process. The State Plan on Aging is a strategic plan that establishes goals, objectives, and strategies for the Department and its Aging Network partners in working to provide cost-effective, high quality services to Florida’s older adults, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers.
We would appreciate your support of these efforts by sharing this short survey by posting the link provided below on your website, emailing it to your members or clients, or sharing it at any of your public events. Your own response to the survey is also welcome.
2019 State Plan on Aging Public Input Survey
The information provided through this survey will be invaluable in our efforts to build a dynamic and effective State Plan on Aging.
If you have any questions about this survey or have any difficulties with the link provided, please contact Heather Orender Turner at (850) 414-2095 or DOEASurvey@elderaffairs.org.
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