On behalf of Governor Kathy Hochul, the NYS Department of Health and the NYS Office for the Aging would like to invite you to a June 7, 2023 New York Master Plan for Aging (MPA) Town Hall detailing the efforts that the State—through philanthropic, academic, private, and local partnerships—is taking toward becoming the most age- and disability-friendly state in the nation, with the goal of advancing transformative and cross-cutting strategies to address issues that all New Yorkers encounter within their lifetimes—and to do so with a sustained focus on ensuring equity in aging and disability.
Governor Hochul signed Executive Order 23 in November 2022, calling for the development of a Master Plan for Aging with the goals of improving the lives of today’s older New Yorkers and people with disabilities and building a better system of care and more inclusive communities for tomorrow. We have built momentum since last November and are inviting the public to join this critical effort.
The Town Hall will take place on June 7, 2023, from 10 AM - 12 PM at the Hunter College Silberman Campus, located at 2180 Third Avenue, New York, NY, an accessible facility.
Registration is required for this event. Please register in-person or register to attend online.
If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate in the event, please contact [email protected] before May 30.
Questions must be submitted in advance by June 4 to [email protected]