Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007

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Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007. 2. Presentation Objective:. 1. To place the shifting age distribution into historical context.. 2. To illustrate current and future changes in elderly population within the region. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007.

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1. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 1 Elderly Demographics and the need for a Community Focus Dr. Richard Rathge Professor and Director North Dakota State Data Center

2. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 2 Presentation Objective:

3. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 3 Key Contextual Themes

4. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 4 Key Contextual Themes

5. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 5 Percentage Change in Total Population U.S. Counties: 1990 to 2000

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7. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 7 Net Domestic Migration Rates Per 100 Persons in the United States by County: 1990 to 1999

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10. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 10 2005 Projections – Rural and Urban Population Distributions by Age and Gender for North Dakota Source: North Dakota State Data CenterSource: North Dakota State Data Center

11. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 11 Population of Persons Ages 0 to 9 and Ages 65 and Older North Dakota: 1890 to 2020 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Estimates Branch, http://eire.census.gov/popest/estimates.phpSource: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Estimates Branch, http://eire.census.gov/popest/estimates.php

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13. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 13 Key Contextual Themes

14. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 14 A Maturing Age Distribution, 2000 (National data)

15. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 15 A Maturing Age Distribution, 2020

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18. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 18 The Elderly – 85 plus

19. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 19 U.S. Population Trends Individuals 85 or Older

20. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 20 Number of Projected Centenarians

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25. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 25 Key Contextual Themes

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28. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 28 Households by Type Data on Persons living Alone are available for 1990 and 2000 only. In 1990, persons living alone represented 86% of non family households. In 2000, they represented 83%.Data on Persons living Alone are available for 1990 and 2000 only. In 1990, persons living alone represented 86% of non family households. In 2000, they represented 83%.

29. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 29 Household Types U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census, Summary File 1, Table P18.U.S. Census Bureau, 2000 Census, Summary File 1, Table P18.

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31. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 31 Householders Ages 65 and Older Living Alone as a Percent All Householders Ages 65 and Older in North Dakota by County: 2000 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2000

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34. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 34 30-Mile Radius of Cities with 1,500 Persons or More in the 9-State Great Plains Area

35. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 35 Technological Advances

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39. Prepared by the North Dakota State Data Center January 2007 39 Demographic Presentation 2007 Dr. Richard Rathge, Director North Dakota State Data Center, Fargo, ND NDSU, IACC 424, Fargo, ND 58105 [email protected] Phone: (701) 231-8621 Fax: (701) 231-9730 URL: www.ndsu.edu/sdc

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