This is Justice in Aging

By March 10, 2015BLOG

Our mission has a universal appeal. It resonates with everyone - everyone has grandparents or can imagine themselves in a vulnerable position.

Denny Chan, Attorney for Justice in Aging

Justice in Aging is knowing my grandmother can pay her heating bill this winter.


Justice in Aging is autonomy in aging


Justice in Aging is fewer homeless seniors.


To us, Justice in Aging is the opportunity to live with dignity, regardless of financial circumstances—free from the worry, harm, and injustice caused by lack of health care, food, or a safe place to sleep. But, the concept of Justice in Aging also strikes a personal chord—the fight for Justice in Aging resonates with all of us. We asked you what Justice in Aging means and received an overwhelming number of responses, running the gamut from very personal and specific visions to rallying calls to universally end senior poverty.

Here’s a small sample of what Justice in Aging is to many of you

Emma Ayers

About Emma Ayers

Emma joined Justice in Aging in December 2014 as a writer and communications associate based in the Oakland, CA office. Emma serves as blog editor for the new Justice in Aging blog and assists with all written content for the organization. She also supports the communication team’s overall engagement and social media strategy.