By Arnold Rose
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Upon approval by the Council on Aging in December 1958, the above program was submitted informally to the Special Staff on Aging, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, as Minnesota's planned preparation for the White House Conference. It was apparently the first state program submitted, and was used to illustrate to a congressional committee what a state would do with the funds that Congress was considering allocating to the states. The following month (January 1959), Governor Orville L.
Of males tend to be the counties with the higher percentage of population age sixty-five through seventy-four. They are in the northern part of the state, in contrast to the counties with the lowest ratio of men to women which are the Twin City metropolitan counties (Ramsey and Hennepin), or in the southern part of the state. The upper age groups, those beyond seventy-five years, show a marked predominance of women over men. As the proportion of the elderly in the ages beyond seventy-five increases throughout the state, we may expect an increasing disparity in the ratio of males to females.
In one community of 175 people the average attendance at the senior citizens' club meetings has been 30. The higher percentage of participation in rural communities is perhaps due to the small community's lack of other activities in which older people can engage. Perhaps one of the measures of the success of a program is in the response of the person for whom the program is intended. A few anecdotes from the past year or two leave little doubt that many volunteer workers should feel more than compensated for the cost and effort.
Aging in Minnesota by Arnold Rose