The Use of Volunteers in State Agencies on Aging and Disabilities - Overview

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This report shares results of quantitative and qualitative assessments of current local and statewide programs in the Aging Network that rely on a volunteer workforce. NASUAD and n4a conducted these assessments to establish a baseline for the level of civic engagement in the Aging Network.

Assessments included an online scan sent to 204 state-level directors of four programs, and three follow-up conference calls with program directors.

The assessments drew information on volunteer program details such as

  • Funding sources;
  • Volunteer demographics and participation numbers;
  • Program management; screening; training; and
  • The value programs place on their volunteer programs.

Results will help inform the partners on areas of focus throughout the development of a national resource center to engage volunteers in the Aging Network.

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