LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Commission on Services to the Aging (CSA) will meet in Lansing on Friday, December 20 at 9 a.m.
The CSA advises the governor, Michigan Legislature, and the Aging & Adult Services Agency (AASA) on matters relating to policies and programs for older adults in Michigan.
The CSA, a 15 member body appointed by the governor, also reviews and approves grants received by AASA and participates in the development of the state plan and budget, as required by the federal Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended. CSA meetings are held monthly and are open to the public.
Agenda items include a presentation of state and national data on the older adult population by Eric Guthrie, State Demographer.
Commission on Services to the Aging meetings are open to the public, and anyone wishing to attend may do so. This month’s meeting is at the MDHHS South Grand Building, located at 333 S. Grand Ave. in Lansing.
Those needing accommodations to attend may contact Daneille Trim at 517-284-0146.
Visit the AASA website for more information about the CSA.
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