In the course of demographic change, describing both an increase in life expectancy and a decline in the birth rate, the number of elderly people has risen when being compared to the general population. This outlook has resulted in a process of change concerning the post-occupational stages of life, which is predominantly characterized by both health and activity. Thus, through education, the 55-plus generation is enabled to spend the last stages of their life in a useful way. However, considering the fast technological process and the corresponding requirement of acquiring further knowledge, education for the elderly plays an increasingly important role, for it is currently the crucial component in order to participate in and co-create social life. The Republic of Austria recognized the importance of education for the elderly and consequently set the objective of ensuring basic supplies concerning education for the post-occupational stages of life. Thus, by drafting the document “Strategie zum lebensbegleitenden Lernen in Österreich” (LLL:2020), authorities tried to firmly integrate education in peoples life careers. In order to achieve this objective, it is, however, necessary to take a look at the actual state. By using the example of Graz, educational offers for the elderly in the citys different districts and the extent to which it is available are illustrated, constituting the basis to in further consequence take appropriate measures and implement the directive.