The National Poll on Healthy Aging team acknowledges the unprecedented challenges related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, especially for older adults and their families. Although our work has shifted to a remote format, the NPHA team remains committed to continuing to share poll results to help inform and improve the overall health and well-being of older adults.
At Home and in the Neighborhood During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Poll shows disparities among older adults in ability to isolate at home with COVID-19 or get outside
FEATURED NEWS: 45% of adults over 65 lack online medical accounts that could help them sign up for COVID-19 vaccinations
As many health systems turn to patient portals for vaccine scheduling, many people over 65 may need help setting theirs up, especially those with lower incomes and education levels
A collection of academic articles that have been written by expert faculty from reports and data produced by the National Poll on Healthy Aging.
By tapping into the perspectives of adults, older adults, and caregivers from throughout the United States, we are bringing the public’s voice to matters that affect the health and well-being of older adults and their families.
University of Michigan Professor of Internal Medicine and Director of the National Poll On Healthy Aging
U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy & Innovation 2800 Plymouth Road, North Campus Research Complex (NCRC) Building 16 Ann Arbor, MI 48109