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The Board of Supervisors appoints 10 community members and the standing Advisory Council elects 11 others to represent the county's geographic areas and special population groups on the AAA Advisory Council. Learn how you can get involved in the Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council's work. View meeting agendas and minutes, a calendar and more, or call us at (707) 565-5950.
To help define the needs of older and disabled adults and their caregivers, the Area Agency on Aging publishes an Area Plan and Community Report every four years. Concerns described in the 2016-20 plan, The Art of Aging, include: ease of access to community and government services, local transportation, affordable housing and health care, and support for caregivers, prevention of elder neglect and abuse and services for special populations, such as LGBTQI seniors.