Periodically, the Healthy Aging Collaborative will share news articles that mention state and local efforts to make cities, towns and regions in Massachusetts Age- and Dementia Friendly.
Check out the following articles from January 2019 on the momentum of this movement building across the state.
- Part of an age-friendly city: advocacy training for elders (Bay State Banner)
- Colleges are making dramatic changes to attract older students (Considerable)
- Successful Aging on Martha’s Vineyard (Martha’s Vineyard Times)
- Mayor Walsh Announces the Launch of the Age Strong Commission (Sampan)
- Rezoning for housing is center of Belmont planning board discussion (Belmont Citizen-Herald/Wicked Local)
- The Quest for the Multigenerational City (CityLab)
- Marshall Home Fund Seeks Age-Friendly Projects (Watertown TAB/Wicked Local)
- Growing old in Harvard: As senior population continues to rise, how will Harvard respond? (Harvard Press)
- Age-Friendly Harvard (Harvard Press)
- CCRC Lasell Village Helps Propel Age-Friendly University Movement (Senior Housing News)
- Our Opinion: Rural communities need more transportation help (The Berkshire Eagle)