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The Case for Age-Friendly Communities

This report on making the case for age-friendly communities was prepared for Grantmakers In Aging by Margaret B. Neal, Ph.D., and Alan DeLaTorre, Ph.D., of the Portland State University Institute on Aging. The movement toward age-friendly communities is growing and focuses on how the economic, physical, and social environments can be improved to address not only the needs but also maximize the assets of an aging population, for the benefit of all. The Executive Summary is also available in the GIA Resource Center or you may paste this URL into your browser: www.giaging.org/resources/the-case-for-age-friendly-communities-executive-summary/

The Case for Age-Friendly Communities

Source:

Grantmakers In Aging

Date of Publication:

March 2016

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