Lorain County’s aging population needs programming, funding to maintain independence, survey shows – Morning Journal

Lorain County’s population is aging and there is a dire need for programs and money to fund those initiatives to ensure those seniors can live out their golden years in safety and comfort.

That’s the major takeaway from a survey of Lorain County older adults completed by the nonprofit Lorain County Office on Aging.

Lauren Ksiazek, executive director of the Office on Aging, spoke about the results of the April 13 survey during the Lorain County commissioners meeting.

The survey, which started in February 2020, was not completed until November 2021 due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Ksiazek said.

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