Resource Library

The John T. Gorman Foundation strives to be data-driven and results based and seeks to promote information and ideas that advance greater understanding of issues related to our mission and priorities. In our effort to promote these values and inform the work on our priority areas, we offer these research and best practice resources collected from reputable sources across the country. The library also includes briefs and reports the Foundation has commissioned or supported, a listing of which can be found here.

We invite you to check back often, as this list is regularly updated.

 

A Portrait of Wellbeing: The Status of Seniors in Maine

January 26, 2016 – Seniors

Commissioned by the John T. Gorman Foundation, this report by the Carsey School of Public Policy reviews the status of seniors around the state. *JTGF-funded

Building a Collaborative Community Response to Aging in Place

October 29, 2013 – Seniors

Prepared for the John T. Gorman Foundation, the purpose of this paper is to outline a framework to support building aging friendly communities within Maine’s cities, towns, and neighborhoods that enable us to address the challenges associated with aging while at the same time recognizing and embracing the opportunities this age group affords us. *JTGF-funded