The Older Americans Act, Section 306 (a) (6) (D) requires area agencies on aging to develop an area plan (AIP) that describes their activities for the upcoming four years. This annual plan summary is a synopsis of DFTA's AIP.It summarizes goals, programming, and budget and service levels for the third year of DFTA's four-year plan.
This joint research report from the New York City Mayor's Office to Combat Domestic Violence and the New York City Department for the Aging offers an in-depth look at intimate partner elder abuse in New York City. Includes statistics, discussion of types of intimate partner crime and of available services in an effort to highlight the need for a coordinated, multidisciplinary response.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced during a town hall today, alongside Council Member Margaret Chin, a dedicated team of 10 specialists within the Public Engagement Unit to proactively support the NYC Rent Freeze and Homeowner Tax Exemption Programs across the five boroughs.
This report is a response to Local Law 97 of 2016, which requires the New York City
Department for the Aging (DFTA) to develop and conduct a survey of unpaid caregivers, create a comprehensive plan that addresses the needs of unpaid caregivers, and to report on the plan's progress.