Plus: The Recipe for Livability
December 21, 2016
Livable Communities Newsletter
Tool Kits & Resources
Is Where You Live on the List?
We’ve got two Portlands (Maine and Oregon), Honolulu, Houston, Kingsport, Newport, Seattle, Salem, Princeton, Pittsburgh, Coamo, Carlsbad, Westchester and West Chester — to name just a few of the towns, cities and counties in the ever-growing AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities.
TAKE A LOOK
The Recipe for Livability
Communities of all sizes can use the “8 Domains” framework to become more livable for older adults and people of all ages.
Playgrounds for an Aging Population
— Investing in “low-impact, joint-friendly” outdoor exercise equipment has a healthy payoff.
The Wall Street Journal
Lucky Street Is an Easy Street for Seoul's Seniors
– A small street in South Korea's capital city is revamped with age-friendly features and services.
Fighting Isolation With a Phone
— The Seniors’ Centre Without Walls enables older adults and people with disabilities to connect, chat and play games with others from the comfort of their homes.
Help Complete the Collection
— Any policy passed before December 31 can be considered for the National Complete Streets Coalition’s “Best Complete Streets Policies of 2016” report.
Enter Your Community’s Plan
A Smart Opportunity
— Learn about practical tools and innovative strategies for creating great communities by attending the 2017 New Partners for Smart Growth Conference in St. Louis, February 2-4.
And the Winner Is … Us!
— Did you know you’re reading an award-winning e-newsletter? AARP Livable Communities has lots of winning resources.
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