Policy Advisory Board for Elder Affairs

The Executive Office on Aging receives community input through the Policy Advisory Board for Elder Affairs (PABEA). The PABEA membership consists of older adult consumers, service providers, and others in the field of aging.   The Governor, with the consent of the State Senate, appoints all members, except ex-officio members. Ex-officio members are selected from various state departments that work closely with EOA on matters pertaining to aging and family caregiving. The majority of the membership must be age 60 or older, and at least one member must be from each county.

PABEA advises the EOA Director in the following areas:

  • Identification of issues and alternative approaches to solutions;

  • The development of position statements and papers;

  • Advocacy and legislative actions; and

  • Program development and operations.

Information on public meetings of the Policy Advisory Board for Elder Affairs (PABEA) can be found on the State of Hawaii Calendar site, under Policy Advisory Board for Elder Affairs.

http://calendar.ehawaii.gov/calendar/

 

Below are the meeting minutes from previous PABEA meetings.

 

PABEA Meeting Minutes for March 2022

PABEA Meeting Minutes for February 2022

PABEA Meeting Minutes for January 2022

PABEA Meeting Minutes for December 2021

PABEA Meeting Minutes for November 2021

PABEA Meeting Minutes for October 2021

PABEA Meeting  Minutes for September 2021

PABEA Meeting  Minutes for August 2021

PABEA Meeting  Minutes for July 2021

PABEA Meeting  Minutes for June 2021

PABEA Meeting  Minutes for May 2021

PABEA Meeting  Minutes for April 2021

PABEA Meeting  Minutes for March 2021

PABEA Meeting Minutes for February 2021

PABEA Meeting Minutes for January 2021