Commission on Aging


Community Member Survey

The Clark County Commission on Aging (COA) recognizes that organizations and individuals who support our community have had to be flexible during the pandemic in order to connect people to vital resources and information. We also know that isolation from daily activities with family and friends has been difficult for many aging adults in our County.

This short survey will help us better understand the ways in which Clark County residents (60 years and older), service providers, caregivers and organizations have been successful in the reaching out to one another, and where there are gaps in these connections.

The information that we gain from this survey will help us strengthen partnerships with foundations, service providers, and businesses to better connect you to resources.

This survey should takes less than 10 minutes to complete. Your personal responses will remain anonymous.

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Clark County, as everywhere in the country, is anticipating a huge surge in the number of residents 60 or better. Today, one in six residents is 60 or older, and the number will increase to one in four by 2030.

With a silver tidal wave coming our way, the then-Board of County Commissioners appointed a nine-member Commission on Aging in June 2012. The commission is charged with implementing the 91 strategies of the Aging Readiness Plan to improve the community’s capacity to support its growing older population and ultimately benefit all ages.

Recognizing the vast task at hand, the commission established by-laws, and vision, mission and guiding principles.



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Jacqui Kamp, Planner III

Jenna Kay, Planner II

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