Partners Community Focal Points
According to the Older Americans Act, a focal point is a highly visible facility where anyone in a community can obtain information and access to aging services. To older adults, it is a well-known, accessible place to turn for
information, services, and opportunities. To families, it is a resource that will support their efforts in caring for older relatives. A focal point is a visible sign of the community’s caring for older adults.
Through meetings with the First Selectman and Mayors in all fourteen southwestern cities and towns, the following sites have been designated as community focal points for the Aging and Disability Resource Network: