The AGing, Independence, and Disability (AGID) Program Data Portal is transitioning to
a new platform to access data and digital content from the Administration for Community
Living and select data files from the U.S. Census Bureau.
As we migrate to this new platform, we will publish updates below. Check
back soon for additional data!
American Community Survey (ACS) Demographic and Household Data
Demographic and household data from the ACS for the 60 and older population, by sex and
selected age groups, for the U.S., States, and District of Columbia. Tabulations are
produced from the 1-Year Public Use 5% Microdata Sample(PUMS) file.
National Ombudsman Reporting System (NORS) 2014-2020
Information on the efforts of Long-Term Care Ombudsmen as reported by each State
Care Ombudsman program, including data on staffing, facilities and beds, and types of
complaints from residents. Select NORS data can be found on the Long-Term Care
Ombudsmen website hosted by the National Consumer Voice and located here https://ltcombudsman.org/omb_support/nors/nors-data.
Population Estimates 2020-2021
The population estimates data are released each year by the Census Bureau. The Census
Bureau’s Population Estimates Program (PEP) produces estimates of the population for
the United States and Puerto Rico. These estimates are used in federal funding
allocations, as survey controls, as denominators for vital rates and per capita time
series, and as indicators of recent demographic changes. As with the total U.S. and
Puerto Rico, similar estimates are downloaded from the Census Bureau’s Inter-national
Database for U.S territories and included in AGID. Race and ethnicity data are not
available for U.S. territories.
National Survey of Older Americans Act Participants
The National Survey of Older Americans Act Participants (NSOAAP) is a nationwide survey
funded by Title III of the Older Americans Act (OAA) to assess the effectiveness of the
Title III programs,
maintain accountability, and demonstrate the program’s success in achieving legislative
goals. NSOAAP is comprised of six annual surveys of select Title III service areas
congregate meals, homemaker services, transportation services, case management
services, and caregiver support services). The survey instruments focus on the
consumers’ assessment of service
quality and outcomes. The instruments also measure client characteristics such as
health status, and physical and social functioning.
Note: NSOAAP was not conducted in 2020 due to COVID-19. NSOAAP data will be posted at a
Title VI Services
Information about nutrition, caregiver, and supportive services provided to Native
Americans under Title VI of the Older Americans Act.
Beginning with the reporting period of April 1, 2020, to March 31, 2021, Title VI grantees
used a new program performance report (PPR) to collect data about nutrition, caregiver,
and supportive services provided to Native Americans under Title VI of the Older Americans
Act. The differences between the 2019 and 2020 PPR data elements are listed in the
Program Performance Report Summary of Key Changes (.pdf /
American Community Survey (ACS) Special Tabulations
The ﬁve year American Community Survey (ACS) Special Tabulation on Aging is based on the
Census Bureau's ACS data. Detailed tables for each of the 50 states, the District of
Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian areas
(AIANNH) are included. Geographic levels of aggregation include state, county, ACL's
planning and service areas (PSAs), tribal areas, census tracts, and ZIP Code tabulation
areas. Some geographic units are not shown due to too few cases, and many tables have two
versions in order to provide an alternative which minimizes the loss of data due to
disclosure protection. The results may be used for many purposes including serving as a
component in the allocation formulas for Older Americans Act funding and for planning
programs and services for the aging.
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Please stay tuned for new updates. ACL recognizes the importance of the data made
available through AGID, and we apologize for any inconvenience.
If you have urgent requests, please email