Assessing the Needs of Elder Floridians
In 2016, the Florida Department of Elder Affairs conducted a statewide survey to measure elder Floridians’ needs. Questions were asked of 2,000 elders regarding their self-care limitations, nutrition, health care, and other matters that significantly affect seniors. Descriptive results have been compiled in the 2016 Report and include special state-level tabulations for “hard-to-measure” populations of minority, low-income, and rural elders.
For survey results at the state level: 2016 Statewide Needs Assessment Report (PDF)
For an overview of state-level results, view the presentation version: 2016 Statewide Needs Assessment Presentation
The report includes results from 106 survey questions divided among the following 15 categories:
|Return to Top|