THE board is hoping that by helping people to live independently it can support older people to be healthy and well.
One of the priorities over the next fives years is a bid to tackle dementia.
Among people aged 65 and over, more than 10,000 people in Staffordshire were estimated to have dementia in 2010.
This is expected to rise to over 14,000 by 2020.
Many cases go undiagnosed.
Of the 10,300 expected cases of dementia in Staffordshire, only 4,200 are recorded on GP registers.
The board are also looking to try and reduce the number of elderly people who fall over.
The numbers of deaths from accidental causes, including falls, is higher among the over 65 age group in Staffordshire.
Many older people are living with one or more longer term medical conditions and for a significant number, getting older brings frailty, instability, immobility, incontinence or dementia.
A spokesman for the board said: “As people age they tend to use health and social services more. The challenge faced by us is to work together to provide good quality personalised care.”