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Age-Friendly Communities:Part One
Date: Monday, April 15
Time: 4:00PM - 5:15PM
This is the first of two sessions on age-friedly communities. The vast majority of older adults want to age in place so they can continue to live in their own homes or communities. As America’s population ages, the degree to which seniors can participate in—and contribute to—their communities will be determined, in part, by how those communities are designed. What are the common characteristics of age-friendly communities? And how can planners create communities that foster aging in place?
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Amanda J. LehningSee this speaker's bio
Senior VP for Policy and Planning
New York Academy of Medicine
Jana Marie Lynott, AICP
Strategic Policy Advisor - Transportation/ Livable Communities
AARP Public Policy Institute
Ramona K. Mullahey
Center for Better CommunitiesSee this speaker's bio