We work with entities around the globe and in our backyard 166 sites  in 4 countries 97 of these sites were in Ohio


2016 mission accomplished through engagement with 166 Sites in 4 Countries 97 of these sites were in Ohio

Miami collaboration

In 2016 we worked with more than 18 academic departments and university offices.

Student internships

95 sites in 39 cities, 15 states and 3 countries
Working with internship sites throughout the world gives our undergraduate and master’s students crucial hands-on experience. The opportunity to work with professionals in the field of aging helps students refine goals and jump-starts their careers.

Research collaboration

13 universities in 11 states
We regularly work with national organizations such as the National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a). We also meet with state and national lawmakers to present our findings and provide information to help them make important policy and budget decisions. And we regularly contribute to the scholarly community through journal publications and presentations at national conferences. In addition to our national level work, we work closely with state officials in Ohio to help the state address issues related to our rapidly aging population.

Opening Minds through Art (OMA)

57 sites in 38 cities, 13 states and 3 countries
Since 2008 the OMA program has been building bridges across age and cognitive barriers though art. This innovative program implemented in small group sessions is made possible through collaboration with sites and volunteers on many levels.

Our ongoing collaboration in research, education, and service multiplies our efforts.

We’ve been making a difference together for nearly 100 years!