About Us

generic pictureSince 1989 Broome County has benefited from a dedicated Partnership of consumers, public, private, nonprofit agencies and faith community members working to improve long term care services. Aging Futures demonstrates a commitment to strengthening Broome County's long term-care system by: engaging seniors, promoting the independence of seniors, empowering caregivers, and supporting a responsive long term care system.

The Aging Futures Partnership has been awarded grant funding from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Community Partnership For Older Adults initiative to study the needs of older adults in Broome County. The funding also supported Broome County in developing implementation strategies that ensure that "Our community has systems and supports that promote well being, maximize independence, and minimize functional decline and its effects in the vulnerable elderly population."

The Aging Futures Partnership would also like to thank the Community Foundation for South Central New York for its generous support which has made the development of the online Broome County Elder Services Guide possible.