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Our mission is to creatively and collaboratively address issues that present hardships for Portland residents as they age.
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Age-Friendly Portland Resource Guide

We have updated and translated our Age-Friendly Portland Resource Guide into the four languages most commonly spoken in our community. The City of Portland is the first AARP Livable Community to ask for translation in languages other than Spanish.

View or download the guides below.

Translated Age-Friendly Resource Guides

  1. Portland Translates Age-Friendly Resource Guide into Four Languages

    Portland’s Age Friendly Steering Committee, working with AARP and lead by the City's Office of Elder Affairs, created new versions of the Age-Friendly Portland Resource Guide translated in the four languages most commonly spoken. Read on...
  2. Barron Center Achieves Five-Star Medicare Rating

    The City of Portland is thrilled to announce that the Barron Center, the City’s 219-bed long-term skilled rehabilitation facility, has earned a five star rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Read on...
  3. Covid-19 Update:

    We are delighted to announce that both Adult Day Programs have recently reopened, Read on...
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