Livable Communities - Great Places for All Ages
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LIVABLE COMMUNITIES | Great Places for All Ages
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AARP(R) Real Possibilities
Take a Look at Us Now!
Take a Look at Us Now!
The AARP Livable Communities website — aarp.org/livable — has a new look, new navigation and new sections: Livable in Action, Getting Around, Tool Kits & Resources, among others. The articles featured in this newsletter are just a sampling of our content and the subjects we cover. Please bookmark us and visit often. (And if you have questions or suggestions, email us at livable@aarp.org.)
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U.S. 'Unprepared' to House the Coming Wave of Older Adults
U.S. 'Unprepared' to House the Coming Wave of Older Adults
So reveals a report by Harvard and AARP. Read about the findings and recommended solutions — and use the interactive map to see how the 50-plus population in your county is on the rise.
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5 Questions for Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey
5 Questions for ... Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, M.D.
The president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation explains why a "Culture of Health" is fundamental to creating great places for people of all ages.
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How to Make Places (Even Times Square) More 'Livable'
How to Make Places (Even Times Square) More 'Livable'
If you haven't yet seen it, check out Streetfilm.org's time-traveling video documenting the metamorphosis of several New York City streets. Then learn how to instill livability into all sorts of places by checking out our new fact sheet series.
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Livable Communities Archives
Livable Communities Archives
Use our subject-based collections housing links to reports, action plans, studies, articles, how-to's, slideshows and more about livable topics and the 50-plus.
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September 2014 Visit Our Site: www.aarp.org/livable Contact Us: livable@aarp.org