Provide Recommendations for New York's 
White House Conference on Aging Report
Share your ideas for a better path to retirement security, healthy aging, long term services & supports and elder justice in
New York State.  

Take New York's White House Conference on Aging survey by the April 15th deadline:
The White House Conference on Aging, originally held during the Kennedy administration, is dedicated to identifying and advancing actions to improve the quality of life for older Americans.    
Electronic Survey  
Survey responses will become the subject of a solutions-based white paper on behalf of New York State that will be presented to the White House Conference on Aging.  

New York's input is critical. That's why we're asking the aging services network, caregivers, elders, and anyone with an interest in aging issues, to provide input via an electronic survey. Feedback and recommendations were also gathered during five forums held throughout the state in March.
There are four one question surveys on each of the four themes.
Take the survey:
Print and share the flyer:

The first White House Conference on Aging 
was held in 1961.
  #WHCoA themes: Retirement Security, Healthy Aging, LTSS and Elder Justice.
What will come out of this year's White House Conference on Aging?