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"Older Americans are our Nation’s memory," President Donald Trump stated in a proclamation declaring May as Older Americans Month. "We are blessed to have their presence, their love, and their unmatched perspective for our families." The theme for this year’s observance is "Age Out Loud" and "is intended to give aging a new voice," according to federal Administration for Community Living (ACL).
May is the annual celebration of Older Americans Month, marked each year with a Presidential proclamation and a range of activities at the national, state and local level to celebrate the success.
During the month of May, the nation observes Older Americans Month. As it relates to employment, there continues to be a demographic shift of an aging workforce. In 2016, the U.S. disability prevalence rate for the age between 65 to 74 was 25.3 percent.