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It's Time to Disrupt Aging — and Where and How We Live
In an excerpt from her upcoming book, AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins explains why (and how) our homes and communities need to change.
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The AARP Community Survey
Use this questionnaire in English or Spanish to learn what people age 50 and older think about where they live.
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5 Questions for Joe Riley
The man The New York Times once described as perhaps "the most loved politician in America," reflects on his four decades as the mayor of Charleston, S.C., and the importance of livability, public spaces and placemaking.
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Aloha Age-Friendly
Honolulu residents enjoy glorious weather, tropical scenery and a community-wide action plan for improving the lives of "kūpuna" and people of all ages.
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Be a presenter at the 2016 International Open Streets Summit in Portland, Oregon, this summer. The call for presentations closes April 15. ››
Enter the Redefining Home: Home Today, Home Tomorrow Design Challenge. Submissions will be accepted until April 29. ››
Submit an innovative solution that will help low-income older adults live safely, independently and comfortably in their homes and communities. Apply to the AARP Foundation Aging-in-Place $50K Challenge before May 2. ››
March 2016
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