The Master Plan for Aging is committed to transparency and accountability. To support this commitment, the CA Department of Aging, in partnership with West Health Institute, has developed the MPA Implementation Tracker. The Tracker is a publicly available database of all MPA initiatives and their progress to date. Search and filter the Initiatives for progress updates by Lead Agency, Goal, Strategy, topics, and more! Search results can be downloaded.
California is leading the way on building communities, systems, and policies for ALL ages and abilities! On January 20th, 2023, the MPA released its Second Annual Report, highlighting progress across all Five Bold Goals, as well as local implementation highlights and legislative wins.
Additionally, the MPA released ninety-five new initiatives for implementation in 2023-2024 through multi-sector partnerships, including across the Governor’s Cabinet, philanthropic organizations, universities, and the legislature. These initiatives build upon the work of the prior two years in advancing person-centered and equity-focused age-and disability-friendly policy, programs, services, and research.
Access the MPA’s Second Annual Progress Report, 2022 Legislative Report, 2023-2024 below.
California is building a state for ALL ages and abilities! On September 20th, 2022, in partnership with the Master Plan for Aging Funder’s Collaborative* & the IMPACT Stakeholder Committee, the Master Plan for Aging hosted the CA for ALL Ages & Abilities Day of Action. The event brought together legislators, state leaders, advocates, and stakeholders to elevate Aging, Disability, and Equity in statewide cross-sector planning to achieve the Governor's vision of a California for ALL.
*Archstone Foundation, Gary & Mary West Foundation, May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust, Metta Fund, The Rosalinde & Arthur Gilbert Foundation, San Diego Foundation, The SCAN Foundation
Download our Master Plan for Aging Fact Sheet to learn about the historic and bold investments that California has made in our quest to build an Equitable California for ALL Ages and Abilities. Since its launch in January 2021, the Newsom Administration and the Legislature have committed billions of dollars in unprecedented investments to advance equity and priorities outlined in the state’s Master Plan for Aging (MPA) for 2030. More than 50 MPA initiatives have been adopted to strengthen existing programs while simultaneously launching new services for targeted populations. Today, older Californians, people with disabilities, and caregivers have expanded access to health care, increased housing opportunities, greater home and community-based care options, and a host of new supports to enhance community living.
With its Five Bold Goals, Data Dashboard for Aging, and Local Playbook, the Master Plan has inspired unprecedented levels of coordinated action across California’s growing network of aging and disability providers, policy makers, advocates, and experts. On January 21st, 2022, the MPA released its First Annual Progress Report with updates on the 132 2021-2022 strategies, local implementation highlights, and legislative wins. Download the MPA’s First Annual Progress Report Below.
The Master Plan for Aging First Anniversary Summit on January 21st, 2022 brought together key stakeholders, legislators, and partners to reflect upon the progress to date, as well share priorities for the upcoming year.