Age Wave Resources
Virginia Age Ready Indicators Benchmark Survey Report
The Old Dominion is getting older. There are approximately 900,000 people over the age of 65 currently
living in Virginia, and this number is expected to double to ~1.8 million by 2030. In 20 years, the
senior population (65 and older) will make up 20% of the total population of Virginia.
In preparation for the doubling of Virginia’s senior population, the Older Dominion Partnership is compiling the most comprehensive array of information and insights on the Commonwealth’s older residents and aging Baby Boomers. This includes both secondary and primary research coordinated by the ODP’s Shared Database Work Group, led by Richard Lindsay, M.D., University of Virginia. The cornerstone of this shared database initiative is the 2011 Virginia Age Ready Indicators Benchmark Survey, conducted by the Southeastern Institute of Research (SIR).
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Virginia Age Ready Indicators Benchmark Survey Report Resources
As part of this comprehensive survey effort, the following resources are available from this website:
- Executive Summary
- Full Statewide Report
- Reports for each of the Area Agencies on Aging for the Commonwealth have been released.
Additional resources available by request include:
- Information on additional questions asked to a sub-set of the survey respondents
- Detailed data tables for the statewide report
- Customized data runs
For more information and to request additional resources on the 2011 Virginia Age Ready Indicators Benchmark Survey, contact David Ross, Executive Director, Older Dominion Partnership, firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. Ross can be reached at 804-221-0875.