The Wyoming Department of Health, Aging Division would like to thank you for taking the invitation to give your thoughts and feedback on the needs of older adults and their care partners in Wyoming. Your participation in this survey has provided information that will be used to develop the Wyoming Four-Year State Plan on Aging for 2021-2025.
2021- 2025 State Plan on Aging
Thank you for taking part in the survey and/or community listening sessions. The survey is now closed. Your feedback is invaluable to us. Check back on this page in the Fall to see the published Wyoming State Plan on Aging 2021-2025.
*Finished State Plan will be posted here in Fall 2021
2017- 2021 State Plan on Aging
The U. S. Administration on Aging, (AoA) requires the Aging Division to develop a new state plan every four years, based on requirements contained in the Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended in 2000. The idea is to take a comprehensive look at how our state develops and delivers services to older citizens, to find out what gaps in services exist, to think about how services should be provided in the future, and to creatively seek improvements that make sense. While the document was developed by the Aging Division, it reflects input from a wide variety of Wyoming citizens, and always considers the unique environment and needs of our sparsely-populated, rapidly-aging and very rural state.