Healthy Aging Data Reports for Massachusetts and Rhode Island

The Healthy Aging Data Reports are valuable resources to help cities and towns in Massachusetts and Rhode Island understand their communities and the older adults who live there. Municipalities and community organizations use the data to identify and implement solutions to help improve the health and wellness of older adults.

Each report includes maps to illustrate patterns, strengths, and opportunities across the state, plus comprehensive Community Profiles. The Community Profiles detail 120 population characteristics and health indicators alongside state averages to help show the “big picture” about the health of older adults in each community.

Explore the Massachusetts Healthy Aging Data Report. The report includes community profiles for all 351 cities and towns, plus 16 Boston neighborhoods.

Explore the Rhode Island Healthy Aging Data Report. The report includes community profiles for all 39 cities and towns, plus 20 profiles of neighborhoods in seven core cities.

Visit healthyagingdatareports.org. to learn more.

The reports were funded by grants from Tufts Health Plan Foundation to the Gerontology Institute of the John W. McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies at the University of Massachusetts Boston.