Transforming the perception of age is at the core of everything we do.
As a national nonprofit organization, Transforming Age is guided by our singular vision to “transform the perception of age” and to make life better for older adults and society. We have a different perspective—one that views aging as a declaration and an opportunity to continue to lead an independent and purposeful life.
We believe that this simple shift in perspective will have profound implications on products and services for older adults as well as for the companies that serve them. Transforming Age is a holistic network of products, services and partnerships that develops innovative housing opportunities, technology solutions and programs for older adults.
Transforming Age and its affiliated organizations serve over 7,500 people nationwide. Our 2,000 team members provide high quality housing, services and healthcare for older adults across the economic spectrum. We serve over 3,500 residents in 28 communities located in Washington, Minnesota, and Nebraska. Among those are Continuing Care Retirement Communities, Independent and Assisted Living Communities, as well as communities providing 1,000 low-income affordable apartments. In addition, over 4,000 low-income clients are receiving Homecare, Adult Day Health and a variety of other community based services. Our mission is enriched with the help of over 500 volunteers as well as the support of the Transforming Age Foundation which provides assistance to older adults and those who serve them.
Our Mission Statement
Transforming Age is a network of services, products and partnerships dedicated to transforming the perception of age and enhancing the lives of older adults.
Our Vision Statement
To Transform the Perception of Age.
Integrity: A consisted disposition to act honestly.
Grace: Showing kindness and empathy, conferring dignity and unmerited favor.
Respect: Regard for oneself and others that honors and accepts the value of each person.
Innovation: Creative pursuit of unlimited possibilities.
Partnership: Shared responsibility and personal accountability that is mutually beneficial.
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