AAI’s Inform&Connect Academies instruct front-line workers and others about resources and skills needed to ensure effective and efficient service delivery.
Aging Action Initiative
Addressing community issues through the lens of aging.
AAI’s Advocacy Alliance supports policies, programs, and funding for the well-being of older adults in Marin. AAI also encourages housing solutions and provides, in partnership with others, accessory dwelling unit workshops to expand housing opportunities for older renters in Marin.
The Detect&Connect workshop, funded by the Mental Health Services Act in Marin County, offers a free, three-hour interactive training to Marin County organizations and neighborhoods. The workshop teaches how to recognize mental health and dementia issues in older adults, also offering communication skills and connecting participants with helpful resources.
To promote a county-wide, age-friendly environment, especially for those in need, collectively created by a strong, diverse network through a system-wide approach to education, policy advocacy, and service innovation.
All older people deserve quality healthcare in its broadest sense – physical, mental, brain and emotional health.
Many of Marin’s older residents are facing ageism stigma in the workforce, aging into poverty, and experiencing generational wealth stripping.
The lack of affordable housing in Marin affects everyone, including renters, homeowners on fixed incomes, empty nesters, caregivers, and people facing homelessness.
Mobility is a basic need for every older person.