Michigan Certified Elder Friendly
Communities – Otsego County
a project of
Michigan Vital Aging Think Tank (supported by MSU Extension) and Michigan Commission on Services to the Aging
The number of seniors in Michigan is increasing… and that’s a good thing!
Over the next fifteen years there will be a 41%
increase in the number of residents age 65 and over. That’s 500,000
additional people age 65 and over by the year 2020.
For further information about this project please contact:
Otsego County Commission on Aging; Assistant Director
The Michigan Vital Aging Think Tank includes representatives from AARP, American Red Cross, Compass Communications, Elder Law of Michigan, Michigan Center for Nursing, Michigan Department of Community Health, Michigan Office of Services to the Aging, MSU Community Agriculture Recreation and Resource Studies, MSU College of Human Medicine, MSU Dept. of Family and Child Ecology, MSU Department of Family Practice, MSU Extended Education, MSU Extension, MSU School of Social Work, MSU Human Resources Department Family Resource Center, MSU Extension, Tri-County Office on Aging, Wayne State University, and Western Michigan University.