There is a growing imperative to ensure that aging-related resources and information are accessible to older adults and caregivers as the population ages. Extension can play an important role in associated education and outreach. We report on the results of a community assessment conducted in Larimer County, Colorado, that addressed barriers to information access. The results of our assessment demonstrated that many people were not finding the right entry point to access the services they needed. These findings inform strategies being applied in Senior Access Points of Larimer County, a program that encompasses a coordinated, county-wide outreach campaign.
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Schneider, S., & Brothers, A. (2021). "I Wish I Had Known"—Understanding Barriers to Accessing Aging-Related Resources. The Journal of Extension, 57(6), Article 19. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol57/iss6/19