Our research aims to inform policy-makers, community leaders and advocates of issues affecting AAPI older adults in order to promote the health, security and well-being AAPI older adults. We work in partnership with community-based organizations and academic researchers interested in aging, health, economic security and other social issues affecting AAPI seniors.
Our past work and future goals include:
- Assessing the needs of AAPI communities and older adults.
- Evaluating health and social programs that serve AAPI seniors.
- Creating demographic and other reports on AAPI seniors.
- Collecting and sharing data information and resources on AAPI health, aging and other social issues.
- National advocacy to improve data collection and research on AAPIs.
- Providing research, evaluation and data technical assistance to community partners.
- Developing data collection tools in AAPI languages.
Chronic Disease Self-Management Program for AAPI Elders (September 2012)
Helpline: A Valuable Resource for Asian Seniors (January 2013)
Helpline Saves Seniors Money on Prescription Drugs (December 2012)
Identifying the Needs of AAPI Elder-Serving Organizations (September 2013)
Asian American and Pacific Islander Older Workers: Employment Trends (September 2013)
The Experiences, Perceptions, and Help-Seeking Behaviors of Elder Mistreatment among Asian American and Pacific Islander Older Adults Participating in Senior Community Service Employment Program – FULL REPORT (June 2014)
The Experiences, Perceptions, and Help-Seeking Behaviors of Elder Mistreatment among Asian American and Pacific Islander Older Adults Participating in Senior Community Service Employment Program – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (June 2014)
NAPCA’s Senior Environmental Employment (SEE) Program (August 2014)