In 2010, the oldest of the large baby boom generation celebrated
their 65th birthday. These boomers are the first wave of more than
2 million North Carolinians born between 1946 and 1964, who today
represent nearly a third of our state's population. The North Carolina
Division of Aging and Adult Services believes that it is essential
for all citizens and all sectors of society to participate in a discussion
of what the aging of North Carolina's boomers means for our future.
We will use this web page as one important way to share information
about related activities.
Information Helpful to Boomers in Their Planning for the Future
and in Their Caregiving of Parents
Other Links of Possible Interest