Who We Are

Our Partners

Collective impact partners are strategically cultivated partners committed to collaborating with the Connecticut Age Well Collaborative to align efforts and share resources toward fostering Connecticut communities where we all thrive as we grow up and grow older.

Collective impact brings people together in a structured way to achieve social change. Specifically, collective impact is a network of community members, organizations and institutions who advance equity by learning together, aligning, and integrating their actions to achieve population and systems level change.

The Connecticut Age Well Collaborative plans and implements its work through a collective impact model, as creating more aging, dementia and disability-inclusive communities is a multi-faceted and multi-disciplinary endeavor. We celebrate the leadership, resources and contributions from partners across various sectors in Connecticut and beyond. 

This growing list reflects strategically cultivated relationships with governmental, nonprofit and academic organizations who were invited as partners. As we move into this next phase of our work, we also look forward to cultivating more formal relationships with municipalities, community centers of power, grassroots leaders and other key stakeholders. To explore partnership with the Connecticut Age Well Collaborative, e-mail ctagewell@ctcommunitycare.org

Core Partners

Connecticut Community Care logo

Founder & Initiative Home

Connecticut Community Care helps people live their best lives at home with meaningful connections to support and service right around them, in their communities.

Point32 Health Foundation logo

Founding and Sustaining Funder & Convenor

Formed by the combination of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan foundations, Point32Health Foundation works with communities to support, advocate and advance healthier lives for everyone.

Connecticut Aging and Disability Services logo

Funder & Collaborator

The Connecticut Department of Aging and Disability Services maximizes opportunities for independence and well-being for people with disabilities and older adults in Connecticut.

Connecticut Council on Developmental Disabilities logo

Funder & Collaborator

The Connecticut Council on Developmental Disabilities undertakes advocacy, capacity building and systemic change activities consistent with the federal Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act of 2000.

The Commission on Women, Children, Seniors, Equity & Opportunity logo

Partner & Supporter

The Commission on Women, Children, Seniors, Equity & Opportunity delegates its statutory charge (CGS Section 17b-420a) to lead a statewide livable communities initiative to the Connecticut Age Well Collaborative.

Collaborating Partners

AARP Connecticut

Alzheimer’s Association CT Chapter


The Arc Connecticut

Center for Medicare Advocacy

Central Connecticut State University

Connecticut Association of Directors of Health

Connecticut Association of Senior Center Personnel

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness

Connecticut Conference of Municipalities

Connecticut Local Administrators of Social Services

Connecticut Main Street Center

CT Chapter of American Planning Association

CT Council of Small Towns

CTData Collaborative

CT Department of Public Health

CT State Independent Living Council

CT Training and Technical Assistance Center at UCONN

The Housing Collective – Centers for Housing Opportunity

LeadingAge Connecticut

National Conference for Community and Justice

Partnership for Strong Communities

Regional Plan Association

Sustainable CT

UCONN Center on Aging, University of Connecticut

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