Winter 2021–22


Winter 2021–22

About Generations Journal

Generations Journal is the quarterly journal of the American Society on Aging. Each issue is devoted to bringing together the most useful and current knowledge about a specific topic in the field of aging, with emphasis on practice, research, and policy.

Inside Winter 2021–22 Generations Journal

The Older Americans Act

On the Older Americans Act and Why We Need to Pay Attention to History
Our Guest Editor

Richard Browdie photograph
Richard Browdie

Vision: Meet Reality
By Richard Browdie

The Older Americans Act from the Inside
An interview with Deputy Assistant Secretary for Aging Edwin Walker

In the beginning: Putting Key Pieces into Place

Success: An Original Area Agency on Aging at 50 Years
By John N. Skirven

Title VI of the Older Americans Act: Past, Present, and Future
By Cynthia LaCounte

Reflections on Title VII 30 Years Later
By William F. Benson

We Know It Helps, But Prove It Again

Difficulties Demonstrating the Impact of OAA Programming and Glimmers of Hope
By Heather Menne

Doing Business: A Pathway to Coordination
By Marisa Scala-Foley

Understanding the OAA’s Purpose and Role in the Modern Life of Older Adults
By Martha Roherty

The Challenge in Our Political Landscape; by the Time You Have Caught Up, the Situation Changes

Balancing Mission and Momentum
By Suzanne Kunkel

At Almost 60, It’s Time for a Life Review of the OAA as it Approaches Eligibility Age
By Robert Applebaum and Athena Koumoutzis

Advocacy and the OAA: The Environment Is Very Different These Days
An interview with Robert Blancato and Meredith Ponder Whitmire

The Older American’s Act: Looking Back and Thinking Forward
By Richard Browdie

Suggested citation for articles in this issue: [Last Name(s), First Name(s)]. "Article Title." Generations Journal, 45, no. 4 (Winter 2021–22). [URL]