Reports

Utah Commission on Aging Annual Reports

2014-2015 Annual Report

2013-2014 Annual Report

2012-2013 Annual Report

2012-2013 Semi-Annual Report

2011-2012 Annual Report

2010-2011 Annual Report

Additional Reports 

 Taking Care of Our Seniors: An Assessment of Utah’s Aging Services

This report was produced for the Mountainlands Association of Governments by the Utah Foundation.

The oldest Baby Boomers turn seventy this year.  Though Utah is known as a young state, older  adults represent more than ten percent of the  population, and their numbers are increasing rapidly.  Though there have been initiatives in the past, there  is currently no state plan to address the needs of  thegrowing senior population.

This report describes some of the most critical services that the state's twelve Area Agencies on Aging offer to seniors, including nutrition programs, caregiver services, and transportation. The report analyzes these services and anticipates future funding needs required to meet the projected changes in this demographic.

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 Senior Housing Report

The Commission’s study of senior housing options resulted in the publication of New Trends in Housing Inside: The Story of Music and Memory" documenting the dramatic results of the Music & Memory℠ program, created by Dan Cohen. This proven program using personalized playlists of favorite songs loaded on iPODS reawakens memory in people suffering with Alzheimer’s, dementia and other cognitive and physical disabilities.