The Cambridge Council on Aging is a forum for older adults and community members to mobilize and work together to make Cambridge an age-friendly community.
This involves raising awareness and advocating for change by increasing the civic involvement of seniors in the community. The Council on Aging will take on emerging social issues, such as ageism, elder abuse and other issues concerning seniors.
The Cambridge Council on Aging is governed by twelve members of the council representing older adults and various sectors within the community.
The Cambridge Council on Aging will give a voice to seniors in the community and provide them with a vehicle to increase awareness and advocate for change.
Information about the Cambridge Council on Aging Strategic Plans for the period from 2015 to 2019 is available here.