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Missouri Senior Report 2006. Missouri “Show Me” Summit on Aging and Health Charting our Journey March 28, 2006. Dr. Bill Elder Director, Office of Social & Economic Data Analysis University of Missouri-Columbia.

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Missouri Senior Report 2006

Missouri “Show Me” Summit on Aging and Health

Charting our Journey

March 28, 2006

Dr. Bill Elder

Director, Office of Social & Economic Data Analysis

University of Missouri-Columbia


Charting our journey

We are on the edge of demographic changes that will require social and economic adjustments in our communities.

“Charting our Journey”


Charting our journey1

We are on the edge of demographic changes that will require social and economic adjustments in our communities.

If we are to “Chart our Journey” we’ll need some sound navigational indicators.

“Charting our Journey”


Charting our journey2

We are on the edge of demographic changes that will require social and economic adjustments in our communities.

If we are to “Chart our Journey” we’ll need some sound navigational indicators.

This June, Missouri Senior Report will start reporting county level measures of where we are and where we are heading.

“Charting our Journey”


Senior indicators to measure

Household Types

Housing Arrangements

Workforce & Income

Wealth & Poverty

Transportation

Health & Mental Health

Health Care Access

Insurance Coverage

Security – Crime

Social Engagement

Senior Indicators to Measure

“Constant bearing decreasing range”

Senior issues that are close to us


Purpose of senior report

Provide annual indicators of the status of Seniors for each Missouri county

Purpose of Senior Report


Purpose of senior report1

Provide annual indicators of the status of Seniors for each Missouri county

Promote discussions in Missouri communities about how best to adjust to the aging of our population

Purpose of Senior Report


Purpose of senior report2

Provide annual indicators of the status of Seniors for each Missouri county

Promote discussions in Missouri communities about how best to adjust to the aging of our population

Promote local planning and assessment

…….“Charting our Journey”

Purpose of Senior Report


Navigation requires information navigation is a form of planning
Navigation Requires Missouri countyInformationNavigation is a form of planning

Choosing a

Destination

(Where we’re going)

Plotting a Course 

(Making a plan)

Estimating Position

(Where we might be)

“Dead Reckoning”

0800

0900

To set a course we first must choose a destination…


Navigation requires information navigation is a form of planning1
Navigation Requires Missouri countyInformationNavigation is a form of planning

Choosing a

Destination

(Where we’re going)

Plotting a Course 

(Making a plan)

Estimating Position

(Where we might be)

Result

Taking a “FIX”

(where we really are)

“Set and Drift”

Adjusting Course


Senior indicators to measure1

Household Types Missouri county

Housing Arrangements

Workforce & Income

Wealth & Poverty

Transportation

Health & Mental Health

Health Care Access

Insurance Coverage

Security – Crime

Social Engagement

Senior Indicators to Measure

“Navigational Markers” partners think are

most important


Planning senior report partners

Thanks—DHSS & AAAs Missouri county

Advisory Committee

Regional Meetings

47 meetings

462 participants

Planning Senior Report (Partners)


Planning senior report format

Only a few indicators (under 10) Missouri county

Produce a one page summary

Report results by county and rank

Include a few brief articles

Mental Health

Transportation

Disparities

Use the WEB but also make print version

Planning Senior Report (Format)


Senior indicators to measure2

Household Types Missouri county

Housing Arrangements

Workforce & Income

Wealth & Poverty

Transportation

Health & Mental Health

Health Care Access

Insurance Coverage

Security – Crime

Social Engagement

Senior Indicators to Measure

“Navigational Markers” partners think are

most important


Why these indicators

Review some trends Missouri county

Reflect Missouri diversity

Advice about what’s important

Why these indicators?

“Constant bearing decreasing range”


SOURCE: Census Bureau/NCHS. Projection algorithm, programming by OSEDA

Chart Prepared by: University of Missouri Extension, Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis

24March2006




Charting our journey3

Major demographic changes are coming Economic Development, MERIC

They will have regionally diverse impacts

Different communities will want to chart their own course

So, we’re looking forward to Senior Report to provide county level information

Area Agencies on Aging will host regional presentations of the report this summer

“Charting our Journey”


Senior indicators to measure3

Household Types Economic Development, MERIC

Housing Arrangements

Workforce & Income

Wealth & Poverty

Transportation

Health & Mental Health

Health Care Access

Insurance Coverage

Security – Crime

Social Engagement

Senior Indicators to Measure


Charting our journey4

In some regions we may need information for areas smaller than a county

Examples

St. Louis County Senior Count

Boone County Senior Report

CareConnection

“Charting our Journey”


Senior indicators to measure4

Household Types than a county

Housing Arrangements

Workforce & Income

Wealth & Poverty

Transportation

Health & Mental Health

Health Care Access

Insurance Coverage

Security – Crime

Social Engagement

Senior Indicators to Measure

See you in June!


Missouri Senior Report 2006 than a county

Missouri “Show Me” Summit on Aging and Health

Charting our Journey

www.oseda.missouri.edu


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